COVID-19: Ghana Records 4 Deaths, Confirmed Cases Stands At 68!

A fourth coronavirus related death has reportedly been recorded in Ghana’s capital, Accra.

The figure for confirmed cases in the country, however, still stands at 68.

Though the latest piece of unfortunate news is yet to be confirmed by the Ghana Health Service, an international research organisation that tracks the situation in the country, Worldometer, has published it on its website. 

Worldometer had earlier published on its portal that confirmed cases in Ghana has shot up to 93.

Earlier on Wednesday, March 25, Ghana recorded its third coronavirus death.

The third death had occurred at the 37 Military Hospital and involved the wife of a two-star general, officials of the Ghana Health Service had announced.

The sudden spike in case incidence is as a result of the mandatory quarantine and compulsory testing for all travellers entering Ghana, as directed by the President.

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One Patient Recovers

Meanwhile, a Chinese national who contracted the novel Coronavirus and was part of the 65 active cases recorded in Ghana has recovered fully.

Reports received indicates that the patient was one of the few people who flew into the country in the early stages of the outbreak in Ghana.

After showing the symptoms, he was quarantined and tested positive for COVID-19 pandemic.

"After a few days of treatment at the Atonsu Agogo Hospital in the Ashanti Region, he showed remarkable improvement," the report stated further.

According to reliable sources, the patient walked out of the medical facility on Wednesday after being certified clean of the virulent infection after several tests showed he was negative.

Details of his recovery is yet to be given by the Ghana Health Service.