Ghana has confirmed 3 additional cases of the deadly COVID-19. This brings the country’s total cases to 19 with no deaths.
According to government officials, two of the cases were reported in the Greater Accra region with the one from the Ashanti region.
A social media post from the Ministry of Information gave a detailed breakdown of how the cases were discovered in the country.
These latest confirmed cases were imported ones and were from two Ghanaian females who returned to “Ghana within the past two weeks” from the United Kingdom, with the case being a Chinese male, who also returned to the country within the same time frame.
“55-year-old Ghanaian woman; resident of the UK; returned to Ghana within two weeks; sample confirmed positive in the laboratory.”
“84-year-old Ghanaian lady resident of the United Kingdom; came back to Ghana within the past two weeks; developed symptoms and sample confirmed positive in the laboratory.”
“27-year-old Chinese male; returned to Ghana(Ashanti region) in the past two weeks; developed symptoms and sample confirmed positive in the laboratory,” the Ministry of Information’s social media handle updated.