COVID-19: Ghana’s active case count nears 5,000

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Ernest Gyedu
Ernest Gyedu
Ernest Gyedu is a Bsc Development Planning degree holder, who is also the co-fonder of Hypercitigh media Generale. He has the drive necessary for every type of agency and institution. One thing about Ernest is he always likes to learn new things and improve on his talents.
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As of July 25, 2021, 450 new COVID-19 infections have pushed Ghana’s active case count to 4,983.

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This was disclosed by the Ghana Health Service (GHS).

The number of confirmed cases currently stands at 103,019 with 97,213 recoveries.

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823 people have however succumbed to the disease.

15 people are in critical conditions and 26 people in severe conditions.

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The country has so far conducted a total of 1,416,952 tests.

The Greater Accra Regions remains the region with the most number of confirmed cases followed by the Ashanti Region.

Below are the cumulative cases per Region from highest to lowest:

Cumulative Cases per Region

(Case Count from Highest to Lowest)

Greater Accra Region – 55,963

Ashanti Region – 17,997

Western Region – 6,042

Eastern Region – 4,795

Central Region – 3,761

Volta Region – 2,901

Northern Region – 1,672

Bono Region – 1,600

Bono East Region – 1,576

Upper East Region – 1,325

Western North Region – 937

Ahafo Region – 847

Oti Region – 520

Upper West Region – 500

North East Region – 231

Savannah Region – 133

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