This Follows an update on four (4) more cases of COVID-19 by the Director of Public Health at the Ghana Health Service during Government’s press briefing.
According to Dr. Badu Sarkodie, the four new cases like the previous two were imported into the country.
The ministry with interested parties has commenced a contact process in this case. About the director’s explanation, a total number of 151 people have come in contact with the 6 infected persons:
- The first case involves a Ghanaian man called Seth, and two contacts have been identified so far. Both contacts are being traced.
- The second case has to do with the Norwegian Ambassador, of which 107 contacts have been identified so far. 68 of these contacts are being followed up.
- Case three is a female student, and out of the various contacts only 12 have been identified for now. Which means there could be more.
- The fourth case involves a man from Obuasi. 30 contacts have been identified and all thirty contacts are being followed up.
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