Ghana’s COVID-19 cases have reached 21, after the confirmation of two more on Saturday evening.
This was announced in an update on the website of the Ghana Health Service (GHS).
The number of cases being managed now stands at 20, following the death of the 61-year-old Lebanese trader at the isolation center of the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi.
“Ghana records two(2) new cases of COVID-19 with 1 death, this leaves the existing case count in the country to be 20,” the GHS said in a statement.
Details of the new cases were not revealed by the GHS at the time of the update.
However, in a televised address on Saturday night, president of the republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo said, 18 of the okd cases were responding to treatment.