Eight more COVID-19 deaths have pushed Ghana’s death toll over the 100 mark.
The death count is now 103 and the total case count has also risen to 15,834 after 361 new cases.
The two youngest deaths from the latest update, two women aged 24 and 36, had no underlying conditions.
The other deaths had diabetes, liver disease, heart conditions and hypertension as underlying conditions.
The recoveries under the new discharge protocols have risen to 11,755 leaving the active cases at 3,976.
Of the active cases, there are six people in a critical condition and 24 in a severe state.
The Upper West Region currently has no active cases whilst the Savanah Region and North East Region have one case apiece.
The Bono Region and Ahafo Region also have two active cases apiece.
The current test positivity rate is 5.53 percent. This figure rises to 6.38 percent when factoring in only cases detected from routine surveillance.
Ghana has tested 286,453 persons in total.
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