Ghana’s COVID-19 case count has shot up to 11,964, President Nana Akufo-Addo has revealed.
Speaking on Sunday, June 14 on measures taken on the spread of Coronavirus, President Akufo-Addo said that three more people have died of COVID-19 taking the fatalities to 54.
“As of the midnight of 13 June 2020, the total number of positives, cumulatively, stands at 11,964, out of the 254, 331 tests conducted.
“We have a total of 4, 258 patients who are fully recovered and been discharged and are now free of the virus, the president said, adding: “So, our scrutiny, in effect, must be on the number of active cases, i.e., people who remain on our books as still positive.
“As things stand now, the total number of active cases is 7, 652. Our positivity rate, i.e., the ratio of positive case to the total tests conducted, stands at 4.7 percent. We currently have 13 persons severely ill, six critically ill and three of COVID-19 persons on ventilators”.