COVID-19 cases rise to 11 after 2 more cases are recorded Ghana.
Ghana has recorded two more cases of the Coronavirus, rising to eleven, the total number of confirmed cases so far.
According to the Ghana Health Service who confirmed the cases, the first case involves a 59-year old woman, who resides in the United Kingdom but recently returned to Ghana and currently living in Kumasi.
https://ghanahealthservice.org/covid19/, the website dedicated to all COVID-19 related information, indicated that the patient “reported to a private hospital with a history of fever (temp of 39.1c), general malaise, cough, and runny nose. Her condition was suspected to be COVID-19. The sample was subsequently collected and sent to KCCR and the report was received this early morning as positive for COVID-19.”
The other individual to have tested positive is a 61-year old Lebanese male trader, resident in Kumasi. He reported to a health facility with fever (temp 39.4 c) and cough and was subsequently tested. The sample tested positive for COVID-19.
This takes to eleven, the current count for confirmed cases so far.