GHS: Ghana’s Coronavirus case count now 35,142 with 7 new deaths

According to the latest figures released by the Ghana Health Service (GHS), the death toll from the novel coronavirus pandemic in Ghana now stands at 175 with a cumulative case count of 35, 142.

The country’s active coronavirus cases now stand at 3,681 as at July 27, 2020.

With the highest count of coronavirus cases, the Greater Accra Region has 18, 205 cases, followed by the Ashanti Region with 8, 748 cases.

The cumulative cases per region are presented below as follows:

– Greater Accra Region – 18,205

– Ashanti Region – 8,748

– Western Region – 2,576

– Central Region – 1,366

– Eastern Region – 1,304

Cumulative cases per region continued:

– Volta Region – 593

– Bono East Region – 483

– Bono Region – 431

– Western North Region – 363

– Northern Region – 309

– Upper East Region – 282

– Oti Region – 192

– Ahafo Region – 145

– Upper West Region – 79

– Savannah Region – 57

– North East Region – 9

 

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