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COVID-19: Ghana’s death toll now 280 as active cases drop to 856

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Four more people have died from COVID-19 in Ghana taking the country’s death toll to 280, the Ghana Health Service has announced.

According to the GHS, 55 new cases have been recorded taking the national tally to 44,713.

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In total 43,577 people who were infected with the disease have recovered or have been discharged.

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