The Ghana Health Service(GHS) has said the country has reached its peak of the deadly coronavirus infections.
Director of Public Health at the GHS, Dr. Badu Sarkodie has assured the number of infections will begin to take a downward trend shortly depending on how well Ghanaians observe the preventive protocols.
Addressing a Press briefing today, organized by the ministry of information, Dr. Badu Sarkodie said despite the observation officials won’t let their guard down and still monitoring the situation keenly.
“…You realised that with a sharp rise and now with the cases that we’re testing, clearly we seem as a country to be on top of the peak and we’re at the stage to decline. That is the observation now.” he noted.
Ghana on Monday, May, 04,2020 confirmed 550 new COVID-19 cases.
Data recorded on GHS portal, shows that the current case count now stands at 2,719.
At least 65 new recoveries have been recorded bringing the total to 294 while the number of fatalities remained at 18.
The Greater Accra Region is still leading the chart with 2,332 cases, followed by the Ashanti and Eastern Regions with 124 and 94 cases respectively.