According to him, one of the two males who entered Ghana through the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) works abroad and returned to Ghana for a visit with the disease.
The other infected person has been identified as a Norwegian citizen.
He confirmed that the two started showing symptoms on Thursday and reported to a health facility.
The Minister also indicated in an interview on Friday morning, that the affected persons have been in Ghana for at least a week.
Ghana has confirmed two cases of COVID-19 on March 12, 2020, being the first cases to be reported in the country.
The Minister has made it known that the Authorities will announce travel restrictions on countries with confirmed cases of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) today. He said says the announcement will come up before close of work.
Speaking to Silver 98.3 FM, the Director General of Ghana Education Service, Prof. Opoku Amankwaa however said they would soon come out with a release with regards to the COVID-19.