Ghana’s COVID-19 Case increases to 12,590 with 66 deaths

The novel coronavirus death count continues to rise with eight more deaths recorded.

There have now been 66 deaths from the virus in Ghana with the total case count rising to 12,590 after 397 new cases.

The number of recovered persons has also risen to 4,410.

This leaves Ghana with 8,114 active cases, according to the latest update from the Ghana Health Service.

Five thousand one hundred and seventy-one cases were from general surveillance.

Of the active cases, there are currently 13 persons in severe condition and four in a critical condition.

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