30.2 C
Accra
Sunday, November 28, 2021
No menu items!

Ghana’s COVID-19 case count now 6,269

Must Read

Kaneshie Market footbridge in bad state

By: Rachel Kakraba Commuters who use the Kaneshie Market footbridge for safe crossing to and from the market, have raised...

Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen visits Osu Castle to re-live Danish-Ghanaian History

BY OFORIWA DARKO On day two of the Prime Minister of Denmark’s working visit to Ghana, Mette Frederiksen, toured the...

NPP Parliamentary Caucus maintains 2022 Budget has not been rejected

By: Bubu Klinogo The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Majority in Parliament has asked Ghanaians to disregard reports that the 2022...

Ghana has recorded 173 new cases of COVID-19, increasing the tally to 6,269.

There are, however, 125 new recoveries, which bring the total to 1,898.

The fatalities remain at 31 from the last update on Tuesday, May 19.

The Ghana Health Service (GHS), which gave the update on its Covid-19 information designated portal, however, said eight patients were in critical condition.

The active cases are 4,340.

The GHS said 187,929 tests have been conducted nationwide.

On Tuesday, it said the cases from the General Surveillance stood at 1,920; Enhanced Contact Tracing – 4,234; and Quarantined cases in Accra and Tamale -115.

The regional breakdown of the confirmed cases are as follows: Greater Accra, the hotspot, – 4,582; Ashanti-921; Central-285; Western-170; Western North-57; Eastern-106; Volta-41; and Northern-31.

The rest of the region are Oti-26; Upper East-26; Upper West-21; North East-2; and Bono -1.

However, Bono East, Ahafo and Savannah regions have not yet recorded any COVID-19 cases.

SourceGNA

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest News

Kaneshie Market footbridge in bad state

By: Rachel Kakraba Commuters who use the Kaneshie Market footbridge for safe crossing to and from the market, have raised...

Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen visits Osu Castle to re-live Danish-Ghanaian History

BY OFORIWA DARKO On day two of the Prime Minister of Denmark’s working visit to Ghana, Mette Frederiksen, toured the Osu Castle, also known as...

NPP Parliamentary Caucus maintains 2022 Budget has not been rejected

By: Bubu Klinogo The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Majority in Parliament has asked Ghanaians to disregard reports that the 2022 Budget has been rejected. Last night,...

2022 Budget proceedings unconstitutional – Majority 

By: Bubu Klinogo Reports indicate that Parliament last night voted in an attempt to reject the 2022 Budget Statement and Economic Policy of the  government,...

#FixTheCountry Movement accuse Police of denying them access to Parliament

By Nathaniel Nartey Facebook: Nathaniel Nartey Twitter: @Annertey­_Nartey An intended presentation of a petition by members of the #Fix The Country Movement, to Parliament on November...

More Articles Like This