Ghana's covid 19 cases published on emerginonline

586 new cases push Ghana’s COVID-19 case count to 32,43

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Ghana’s COVID-19 case count has risen to 32,437. This was after 586 cases were recorded in the country.

These are samples that were taken from June 29 to July 22, 2020, but reported from the lab on July 23.

This was captured on the Ghana Health Service website on Sunday, July 26, 2020.

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The country has also recorded 28,927 clinical recoveries.

The country’s number of active cases is now 3,349.

Out of this number, eight of them are in critical condition, five are on ventilators and 23 others are also in severe conditions.

The Upper East Region remains the only region with no active case.

The Greater Accra Region still tops the COVID-19 chart with 16,716 cases, however, the region currently has 1,773 active cases.

The Ashanti Region has a total of 7,866 cases followed by Western Region and Central regions with 2,539 and 2,539 cases respectively.

Cumulative Cases per Region

  • Greater Accra Region – 16,716
  • Ashanti Region – 7,866
  • Western Region – 2,539
  • Central Region – 1,349
  • Eastern Region – 1,214
  • Volta Region – 577
  • Bono East Region – 434
  • Bono Region – 426
  • Northern Region – 302
  • Western North Region – 298
  • Upper East Region – 282
  • Oti Region – 172
  • Ahafo Region – 121
  • Upper West Region – 75
  • Savannah Region – 57
  • North East Region – 9

Source: Citinewsroom.com

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