Ghana’s COVID-19 cases now up by 34 to 195.

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Health Minister, Kwaku Agyemang Manu has confirmed that the novel coronavirus cases in Ghana have risen to 195 after 34 new cases were added.

The thirty-four new cases have been recorded since yesterday, Tuesday.

With 174 cases, the Greater Accra Region has recorded the most cases. The Northern Region has 10, the  Ashanti Region has nine, while the Upper West and Eastern Region’s have recorded a case each.

The Health Minister also confirmed that thirty-eight people who had the virus have been discharged and are being cared at home and have tested negative.

Meanwhile, a 10-day compulsory house-to-house Coronavirus tracing and testing exercise have begun in the Ayawaso West Municipality of the Greater Accra Region. The Ayawaso West Municipality has been identified as a hotspot in the Greater Accra Region. Skyy News understands that a similar exercise will soon be carried out in the Ashanti Region.

However, there is no policy yet on compulsory mass testing according to Health Minister. In the meantime though, task forces in Accra and Kumasi are embarking on enhanced contact tracing.



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