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Ghana’s COVID-19 cases now 21,077 with recoveries at 16,070

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The Ghana Health Service has announced a record 992 new COVID-19 cases. This now puts the country’s case count at 21,077.

These are samples taken from the period between June 18 and July 1, 2020.

In an update, the number of recoveries has also increased to 16,070 while deaths have jumped to 129.

Count of Cases per Region

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