Ghana surpasses Nigeria as COVID-19 infection increases
251 COVID-19 cases were recorded on Saturday in Ghana, taking the national aggregate to 4,263.
This makes the nation the most noticeably awful hit in the West African area in front of Nigeria, which has 4,151 cases
On Friday, Ghana had reported 921 affirmed cases, it’s the most noteworthy everyday figure till date.
As indicated by Ghana Health Service (GHS), the tremendous number recorded on Friday came essentially from the episode in a mechanical office.
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Out of the 1,300 specialists tested there, 533 came out positive.
Right now, the nation has 22 passings and 378 recuperations.
Ghana’s COVID-19 cases have expanded by more than 3,000 since 20 April.
This was when the government eased the lockdown in hardest-hit regions.