Ghana’s Coronavirus cases have risen again to 18,630, marking 496 new recordings.
This was announced by the Director-General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Patrick Kuma-Aboagye on Thursday, July 2, 2020, at a press briefing held at the Information Ministry.
Meanwhile, the numbers of persons who have clinically recovered from the novel disease have also risen to 14,046.
However, the number of persons who have succumbed to the disease remained 117.
Ghana currently has 4,467 active cases.
Dr. Kuma-Aboagye further said 22 persons are in severe conditions, eight in critical and six on ventilators.
“Ghana has recorded 18,630 cases with recoveries 14,046. Currently, we have 177 reported deaths accounting for 0.63 percent. Currently, we have 4,467 active cases. These people are being managed at the treatment sites, isolations, and under home management depending on the situation.”
“Currently, we have 22 cases who are severe cases, eight are critical, and six on ventilators.”
Per the total number of cases recorded, 10,296 cases are from Greater Accra.
Ghana has consistently been recording triple-digit infections ever since the Government started easing the Coronavirus-induced restrictions.
The Ashanti Region has also consistently been the second Region to record high infections apart from the Greater Accra Region. The Ashanti Region currently has 3,834 cases.