Charles Kwame Tanor happens to be found among the UK health workers who have died from Covid-19.
Reportghana.com Sighted this information on an article written by theguardian.com on 17th April 2020 to remember those who lost their lives working in hospitals, surgeries and care homes during the coronavirus outbreak,
Tanor moved to Britain from Ghana and is survived by his partner and a four-year-old son. He attended Achimota High School in Ghana and later the National Film and Television Institute. He helped to produce films in the late 1990s.
A fundraising page set up to support his family reads: “For those who knew Charles, he was a problem solver, ever so kind and always available to help even people he didn’t know. Charles died doing what he loves the most, helping the vulnerable.”
However, Ghana has recorded 193 more cases of the deadly COVID-19 putting the country’s total cases count at 834.
The new cases were recorded from the enhanced contact tracing and testing being undertaken by the Ghana Health Service.
So far nine people have died from the disease while 99 people have recovered and discharged, according to the GHS.
The GHS on its website stated that the new cases were detected after some 57,000 samples were successfully tested as of April 15th 2020. In the first batch of this backlog, an additional 198 have been found to be positive. This will bring Ghana’s total case count to 834 at the moment.
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