Ghana records 217 new cases to bring Covid-19 case count to 6,486 with 1,951 recoveries

Ghana has recorded 217 new cases of the novel coronavirus bringing the tall of confirmed cases to 6,486.

According to the website of the Ghana Health Service, recoveries have also climbed to 1,951 indicating a rise of 53 from the last update.

The number of deaths remains at 31.

Ghana records 217 new cases to bring Covid-19 case count to 6,486 with 1,951 recoveries | 1
Source: Ghana Health Service

Regional Breakdown

Greater Accra Region – 4,699

Ashanti Region – 988

Central Region – 287

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Western Region – 195

Eastern Region – 106

Western North Region – 57

Volta Region – 44

Northern Region – 34

Oti Region – 26

Upper East Region – 26

Upper West Region – 21

North East Region – 2

Bono Region – 1

Savannah Region – 0

Ahafo Region – 0

Bono East Region – 0

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