Ghana has recorded 10 more death of COVID 19 cases, sending the country’s total fatal cases from 85 to 95.
Addressing the press on Tuesday, the Ghana Health Service said the death toll from the illness has risen by 10 more people to 95 while recoveries have increased to 10,907.
The increase raised concerns among the public as many interpreted the Sunday figures to mean that 15 new deaths had been recorded within 48 hours, but the Director-General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Patrick Kuma-Aboagye intervened to clarify same on 3FM on Monday.
At the Ministry of Information’s press briefing on the update of the country’s case count Tuesday morning, Dr. Kuma-Aboagye announced that deaths now stand at 95.
This he explained has been arrived at after the facilities reporting deaths have gone through a process of validation by a national team.
So far, a total of 14,568 cases have been recorded.
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