Five hospitals in the Upper East Region recorded 11 female infants out of 19 deliveries across five Districts in the Upper East Region on January 1, 2021.
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Out of the complete number of deliveries led, four were through Cesarean Section (CS) while 15 were Spontaneous Vaginal Deliveries (SVDs).
At the Upper East Regional Hospital in Bolgatanga, where eight deliverance were done, Ms. Zeinab Kadir, a Senior Staff Midwife, said three out of the number were through CS while five were typical SVDs.
She said the principal deliveries was an infant kid along these lines demonstrating that each of the eight moms and their children were in good condition and would before long be released home.
The Sandema District Hospital in the Builsa North District recorded one female infant through SVD with no complexities, while the Fumbisi Health Center in the Builsa South District additionally recorded three females.
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Dr. Williams Gudu, the Medical Superintendent of the Bongo District Hospital told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) that his outfit directed two SVDs which were the two females.
At the Zebilla Hospital in the Bawku West District, five deliveries were directed, three were SVDs and two CS, four out of the number were guys and one female.