A Breakdown of Ghana’s COVID-19 Cases, Region By Region

The new figures announced at a press briefing on Tuesday April 28, means that 121 more cases have been confirmed since the last update on Sunday when the nationwide tally stood at 1,550, with 155 recoveries.Director-General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Patrick Kuma Aboagye, confirmed that 1,461 patients are responding to treatment while 6 moderately to critically ill patients are constantly being monitored.Dr Kuma Aboagye reported that the team of experts managing the cases across the country have successfully treated and discharged 188 patients, while 16 have unfortunately succumbed to the deadly contagion.Twelve of the sixteen regions have so far recorded cases of coronavirus with the Greater Accra region appearing to be the hotspot following the confirmation of 1,433 positive cases within the enclave.With 84 confirmed cases, the Ashanti region comes next followed by Eastern region with 57 cases and Upper East which has 18 positive cases.The Central and Oti regions have each recorded 17 confirmed cases, Northern region has 13, Volta region has 11 cases, Western region has 9 cases, Upper West region has 8 cases, North East region has 2 cases and the Western North region has one confirmed case.Four regions, the Bono, Bono East, Ahafo and Savannah are yet to report cases.Call our Editor on 0209391902 or click here and inform us via Whatsapp. You could equally email your stories or articles to [email protected] and we’ll surely put them online

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