Policy think tank, Institute for Liberty and Policy Innovation, has requested for a regional breakdown of COVID-19 recorded cases in the country.  

According to president for the think tank, Peter Bismark Kwofie, a regional distribution made available by the Ghana Health Service will help inform where the spread is prevalent and make Ghanaians more cautious.  


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Speaking on Asempa FM’s Eko Sii Sen on Thursday, Mr Kwofie revealed that the think tank at the end of the day will come out with a statement demanding answers to seven questions posed to the government and the Ghana Health Service.

Among the questions he said will be why government was not giving a regional breakdown of the recorded cases? Which region has the highest number of traced contacts? And how many suspected infected persons are tested both in Accra and Kumasi in a day?