As of July 23, 2021, 403 new COVID-19 infections have pushed Ghana’s active cases to 4,521.
This was disclosed by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo on Sunday, July 25, 2021, while delivering his 26th address on the measures taken by the nation to fight the spread of the coronavirus disease.
President Akufo Addo stated that the number of confirmed cases currently stands at 102,103 with 96,759 recoveries, 823 people have however succumbed to the disease,15 people are in critical conditions, and 25 people are in severe conditions.
He added that the country has so far conducted a total of 1,406,011 tests.
“As of Friday, 23rd July 2021, ten (10) weeks later, the Ghana Health Services is now reporting that our total number of active cases stands at 4,521. A total of one million, four hundred and six thousand, and eleven (1,406,011) tests have been conducted, out of which one hundred and two thousand, one hundred and three (102,103) persons have been infected with the virus, and ninety-six thousand, seven hundred and fifty-nine (96,759) persons have recovered. Our daily infection rate for the past week is 350 cases and, sadly, forty (40) more people have died from COVID over the last ten (10) weeks, bringing the cumulative number of deaths to eight hundred and twenty-three (823) since the onset of the pandemic.”
Below are the cumulative cases per Region from highest to lowest: