Coronavirus: Confirmed cases in Ghana now 195

Ghana as of Wednesday, April 1, 2020, has recorded 195 cases of the novel coronavirus.

The Minister of Health at a press briefing said 34 new cases were recorded on Tuesday.

174 of the cases have been recorded in the Greater Accra Region, 10 cases in the Northern Region, nine in the  Ashanti Region and one in the Upper West and Eastern Regions respectively.

The government’s effort to curb the spread of the infection has seen restriction of movement measures being implemented in Accra, Tema, Kumasi, Kasoa and surrounding communities.

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“My interactions with the Cuban Ambassador to the AU, through whom I made the request, received positive feedback asking the Ghanaian government to articulate its specific needs and communicate these needs so they can be addressed promptly,” Mr Quartey said in an email response to the Daily Graphic to clarify the form the assistance was to take.


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