Ghana’s COVID-19 cases now 13,203 with 70 deaths

Two hundred and seventy-four new cases have increased Ghana’s COVID-19 case count to 13, 203.

Four more people have also succumbed to the virus, increasing the death toll to 70, while the number of recoveries currently stands at 4,548.

This was confirmed by the Ghana Health Service in its latest update on Friday, 19th June, 2020.

Regional breakdown
(Case Count from Highest to Lowest)

Greater Accra Region – 7,681

Ashanti Region – 2,498

Western Region – 1,053

Central Region – 782

Eastern Region – 301

Volta Region – 296

Upper East Region – 241

Oti Region – 105

Western North Region – 82

Northern Region – 61

Savannah Region – 37

Upper West Region – 32

Bono East Region – 23

Ahafo Region – 8

North East Region – 2

Bono Region – 1

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