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COVID-19: Ghana’s active cases rise to 947 after 145 new cases

Ghana has seen a sudden spike in COVID-19 active cases over the past few days.

145 new infections have pushed the country’s active cases to 947.

Ghana may soon experience a second wave of coronavirus outbreak if preventive protocols are not strictly enforced as active cases soar.

The latest data from the Ghana Health Service indicate 145 new cases have been reported, increasing the national confirmed cases to 48,788 as of 6 November 2020.

A total of 47,521 have either recovered or discharged with the death toll still at 320 for the past one week.

The number of cases confirmed at the Kotoka International Airport from international travelers since 1 September 2020 stands at 160 out of which 53 have been discharged or recovered.

Ten persons however are in severe condition, four critical while two others remain on ventilators.

Cumulative regional cases:

Greater Accra Region – 25,649

Ashanti Region – 11,029

Western Region – 2,996

Eastern Region – 2,452

Central Region – 1,935

Bono East Region – 785

Volta Region – 684

Western North Region – 651

Bono Region – 600

Northern Region – 547

Ahafo Region – 528

Upper East Region – 358

Oti Region – 243

Upper West Region – 90

Savannah Region – 62

North East Region – 1

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