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208 New Cases: Ghana’s Confirmed COVID-19 Case Count Hits 1042

The total number of confirmed Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases recorded in Ghana has now hit the thousands.

As of Sunday evening, April 19th, at 11:50 PM, the case count of persons who tested positive for the disease has jumped from 834 to 1042, which is currently the total number as 208 new cases have been recorded.

The Ghana Health Service is continuing with the supervision of the completion of a backlog of laboratory samples which have been picked for testing for COVID-19.

Total samples tested so far now stands at 68,591 with 1.52 % testing positive. The results of these backlog of samples when released does not mean the number of new cases recorded on the day of the report.

Regionsthat have reported cases remain the Greater Accra, Ashanti, Eastern, Northern, Volta, Upper East, Upper West, Central, Western and North East regions.

So Ghana now has recorded total of 1042 cases of which we have 9 deaths, 99 persons recovered. See full details below.

Ghana Records 1042 CoronaVirus Cases
Ghana Records 1042 CoronaVirus Cases

 

Enhanced Contact Tracing: Accra
Confirmed: 544
Recovered: 0
Well/Responding to Treatment: 544
Critial Condition: 0
Death: 0
Ghana Records 1042 CoronaVirus Cases

 

Mandatory Quarantine: Accra
Confirmed: 105
Recovered: 0
Well/Responding to Treatment: 105
Critial Condition: 0
Death: 0
Ghana Records 1042 CoronaVirus Cases

 

Mandatory Quarantine: Tamale
Confirmed: 10
Recovered: 0
Well/Responding to Treatment: 10
Critial Condition: 0
Death: 0

 

Ghana’s Routine Surveillance
Confirmed: 383
Recovered: 99
Well/Responding to Treatment: 271
Critial Condition: 4
Death: 9

Ghana Records 1042 CoronaVirus Cases

 

In other news, President Akufo-Addo Lifts Partial Lockdown Imposed On Accra, Tema, Kasoa and Kumasi. Starting from Monday 20th April 2020, restrictions on movements within the above mentioned places have been reviewed and called off.

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