Ghana has recorded 21 new COVID-19 cases

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Dr. Patrick Kumah Aboagye

According to the Ghana Health Service (GHS), there have been 21 new COVID-19 cases reported in Ghana.

According to Dr. Patrick Kumah Aboagye, COVID-19 is still active, as stated in an interview with United Television, situated in Accra.

Even though the number has dropped to 18, he claims that those who have not received the vaccination are still at risk of contracting the illness.

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We do not want the COVID-19 numbers to rise because the pandemic is still ongoing. We have made the decision to vaccinate everyone in the nation. The vaccine’s drawback is that it is not safe for children under the age of 14, who make up about 25% of the population.


Ghana records 21 new active COVID-19 cases – Dr. Kuma-Aboagye UTVGhana

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In order to encourage individuals to be vaccinated, we have chosen to launch a campaign in May, June, and July. The 21 afflicted individuals are not limited to Accra; we also have cases in the Bono Region. I don’t believe that there is an instance from Ghana’s north. We knew that more needed to be done since there might be more cases in the system once we found the 21 cases, he added.

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