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Ghana’s tally of the Coronavirus has expanded to 1,042

Ghana’s coronavirus case count up by 5 to 641

Ghana’s tally of the Coronavirus has expanded to 1,042.

This was reported by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo during his seventh location to the country on the flare-up today, Sunday, April 19, 2020.

He stated, “The mind lion’s share of these contacts have been set up from the most recent three weeks of the fractional lockdown in Accra and Kumasi. Out of this number, 1,042 people for example 1.5 percent have been affirmed as positive, with 67,549 for example 98.5 percent testing negative. 99 people have recouped, and have been released and 930 people who have been detached are reacting to medications either in their homes or in treatment offices.”

He included that, these 930 people after their medications, will experience the compulsory two tests to decide whether they have likewise recouped from the infection or something else.

Akufo-Addo clarified that, since the initial two instances of COVID-19 was recorded in Ghana, around 86,000 contacts have been followed out of which around 68,591 tests have been finished. The consequences of an overabundance of around 18,000 tests whose outcomes are yet to be gotten.

He noticed that the motivation behind why the Coronavirus cases in Ghana has expanded is a result of “the choice we took forcefully to follow and test contacts of the tainted people. This is to empower us to recognize and disengage contaminated people, shield the populace from further diseases and contain better, the spread of the infection.”

“In reality, Ghana is the main African nation to have directed in excess of 60,000 tests and we are positioned number one in Africa in controlling of tests per a million people,” he watched.

Watch the President’s full location beneath.

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