Covid-19: Soldier’s wife passes away as death toll rise in Ghana

The latest death comes as Ghana’s COVID-19 cases jumped to 68 as at Wednesday, March 25, according to the Ghana Health Service has announced.

According to the GHS, the sudden spike in case incidence is as a result of the mandatory quarantine and compulsory testing for all travellers entering Ghana, as directed the president.

Overall, 30 of the 68 cases have been reported in the general population with the remaining 38 cases among persons currently under mandatory quarantine.

As of 24 March, a total of 1030 people were under mandatory quarantine; samples from 863 of them have been tested and 38 confirmed positive.

Globally, 423,469 people have been infected with 18,909 deaths and 109,153people fully recovered.

China, Italy, USA, Spain, Germany and the UK are the worst-hit countries in the world with South Africa and Egypt the hardest-hit countries on the African continent.

All social gatherings have been banned the President with Ghana’s borders also closed to traffic. People arriving in the country locked for a 14-day mandatory quarantine.

 

Source: Ghana/Starrfm.com.gh/103.5FM

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