Ghana’s Covid-19: 58 deaths, 12,193 cases, 4,326 recoveries


Four more persons have succumbed to the deadly COVID-19, increasing the death toll in Ghana to 58, the Ghana Health Service has announced on Tuesday.

About 229 news cases have been recorded as at June 15, 2020 bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 12, 193, according to Dr. Patrick Aboagye-Kumah, the boss of the GHS at a press conference.

Of the new cases, 70 were from the Ashanti region followed by the Central region with 42 cases and then 34 cases in the Savanna region.

Out of the total figures, 4,326 patients have recovered and discharged leaving the active cases at 7,813.

In his address on Sunday, President Akufo-Addo warned Ghanaians that the “wearing of facemask is now mandatory.”

“With the doctors and scientists telling us that the virus is transmitted from human contact, through talking, singing, coughing and sneezing, which results in sending droplets of the virus from one person to another, residents of these four regions, and, indeed, all Ghanaians, must remember that the wearing of masks is now mandatory. Leaving our homes without a face mask or face covering on is an offence. The Police have been instructed to enforce this directive, which is the subject of an Executive Instrument.”

Source: Daily Mail GH

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