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LIVE: Ghana’s COVID-19 Cases Exceed 3000 with 10% Recovery

Accra, Thursday April 29 – Ghana’s coronavirus cases have jumped from 1,671 on April 29 to 2,074 on April 30. This seems to be the biggest jump in figures since the country recorded its first two cases on March 11.

About 212 people have also recovered after undergoing the mandatory double testing after treatment. Ghan’s death rate stands at 17. The president in his 8th address to the nation on the subject said these people had underlying causes.

Accra, Thursday May 7- At almost exactly a week, the current number of COVID-19 cases in Ghana stands at 3,091. There are about 303 recoveries representing about 10% of confirmed cases.

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According to the Ghana Health Service at the usual press briefings, the number of new cases were part of the 68000 backlog announced by the president during his 7th address to the nation.

Read More: https://www.fact-checkghana.com/coronavirus/

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