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Five more persons have died from the COVID-19 disease, bringing the Ghana’s death toll to 377.

The country has also witnessed an additional 200 new active cases over the past 24 hours, raising the active case count to 3,813 from a previous 3,613.

This follows the confirmation of 616 new cases of infections across the country. The new infections are results from tests conducted as at January 22, 2021.

So far, a total of 58,150 persons have clinically recovered from the disease and been discharged.

Seventy-nine of the active cases, it said, were in severe conditions, with 29 in critical condition. The active cases, the update said, were being managed in treatment sites, isolation centres across the country, while some were under home management.

Ghana has so far recorded 62,751 cases of the disease since it confirmed its first two cases in March 2020.

Cumulative Cases per Region

(Case Count from Highest to Lowest)

Greater Accra Region - 36,205

Ashanti Region - 11,827

Western Region - 3,380

Eastern Region - 2,735

Central Region - 2,228

Volta Region - 886

Bono East Region - 802

Western North Region - 695

Bono Region - 654

Northern Region - 635

Upper East Region - 577

Ahafo Region - 539

Oti Region - 246

Upper West Region - 171

Savannah Region - 63

North East Region - 25

 

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