Friday, 22 January

Akufo-Addo addresses nation as COVID death toll hits 335

Health News
So far, 335 people have died of the disease in Ghana

President Nana Akufo-Addo is billed to address Ghanaians tonight, Sunday, 3 January 2020, at 8 pm on the coronavirus pandemic.

It will be his 21st national address since the disease was first detected in Ghana in mid-March 2020.

Ghana’s active COVID-19 caseload now stands at 905, according to the website of the Ghana Health Service.

The death toll is 335.

So far, the total number of confirmed cases stands at 55,168.

Out of that number, 53,928 have made a full recovery.

Some 104 new cases were recently confirmed.

Regional breakdown

Greater Accra Region - 30,668

Ashanti Region - 11,171

Western Region - 3,096

Eastern Region - 2,636

Central Region - 2,130

Bono East Region - 788

Volta Region - 764

Western North Region - 665

Bono Region - 635

Northern Region - 566

Ahafo Region - 530

Upper East Region - 389

Oti Region - 244

Upper West Region - 97

Savannah Region - 62

North East Region - 22

 

Source: ClassFMonline.com