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COVID-19: Ghana confirms 854 new cases

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Ghana has recorded 854 new infections of Covid-19 bringing the country’s tally to 22,822.

Recoveries according to the Ghana Health Service (GHS) are now 17,564 representing an increase of 408 from the last update.

The number of deaths, however, remains 129 as of July 5.

The GHS website indicates that the country currently has 5,129 active cases of the novel coronavirus.

Here is the regional breakdown of the cases.

Greater Accra Region – 12,560

Ashanti Region – 4,824

Western Region – 2,045

Central Region – 1,064

Eastern Region – 855

Volta Region – 370

Upper East Region – 278

Northern Region – 163

Western North Region – 158

Bono East Region – 142

Oti Region- 114

Bono Region- 96

Upper West Region – 58

Savannah Region – 50

Ahafo Region – 36

North East Region – 9

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