Ghana’s confirmed cases of coronavirus have risen to 4,012, the Ghana Health Service (GHS) has reported.
The new figure represents an increase of 921 cases from the last update announced on Thursday.
According to the Service, 20 more persons have recovered from the previous 303 recoveries reported with deaths still at 18.
The Greater Accra Region still leads as the nation’s hotspot with 3,436 cases followed by the Ashanti Region with 210 cases.
With the Bono Region recording its first case on Thursday, the Savannah, Ahafo and Bono East areas remain the only Regions yet to record a case.
Below are the Regional count ranked from the highest to lowest in terms of confirmed cases.
Greater Accra Region –3,436Ashanti Region –210Eastern Region –96 Central Region –58Western North Region –56Western Region –35 Volta Region –32Upper East Region –26Oti Region –24Upper West Region –20Northern Region –16 North East Region –2Bono Region –1Savannah Region –0Ahafo Region –0Bono East Region –0
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