COVID-19: Ghana confirms 74 new cases; death toll rise to 772

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The new statistics takes the country’s overall active cases to 91,783 with 89,661 having recovered as at April 20, 2021.

This also takes the active caseload to 1,350 from the previous 1,334. A total of 28 are currently in severe and 9 critical in hospital receiving care.

Here is the regional breakdown:

1. Greater Accra Region – 50,666
2. Ashanti Region -y 15,466
3. Western Region – 5,750
4. Eastern Region – 4,164
5. Central Region – 3,324
6. Volta Region – 2,419
7. Northern Region – 1,651
8. Bono East Region – 1,424
9. Bono Region – 1,371
10. Upper East Region – 1,311
11. Western North Region – 861
12. Ahafo Region – 707
13. Upper West Region – 493
14. Oti Region – 406
15. North East Region – 223
16. Savanna Region – 122

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