Ghana’s active coronavirus cases have dropped significantly to 856, Ghana Health Service (GHS) report.

55 new cases have been recorded which sums up the overall total of cases to 44,713 with the current death toll of 280 cases.

According to the Director-General for GHS, Dr Patrick Kuma-Aboagye, out of the total cases,43,557 people have been recovered or discharged.

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He indicated that the new cases were recorded in 15 districts within four regions.

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“Eastern Region led with 21 new cases, from three districts. Greater Accra is the second with a reported case of 20 from five districts. Bono East also reported eight cases from two districts with Ashanti Region reporting six new cases in five districts.” Dr Kuma-Aboagye disclosed.

The Service further clarified that out of the 12 regions that did not report any new case under the current review, Upper West, Upper East, North East, and Savannah Regions remain the only ones with no active cases.

“This means that these four regions have nobody there with the virus. The infected people may have recovered or been discharged,” he explained.

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While urging the public not to be complacent about the development and still continue to adhere to the Covid-19 safety protocols, the Director-General also stressed on the current stance by the government to stop the mass testing of people for the virus.

“The number of people we test now depends on the policy and the policy is that people show symptoms and their contacts before being tested. We have moved away from the mass testing that we were doing to assess community spread,” he added.