Ghana records 9 more COVID-19 deaths and 7,850 active cases.

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The country’s death toll of COVID-19 cases has risen to 542 with nine (9) more people succumbing to the deadly disease.

In the most recent COVID-19 case update, the Ghana Health Service (GHS) has disclosed that as at February 11, 2021, Ghana has recorded a total of 76,492 confirmed cases.

15 new deaths recorded as Ghana’s active cases hit 6,411.

There are 656 new cases bringing the total number of COVID-19 active cases to 7,850 since the beginning of the second wave. 33 people are currently in critical, while 101 are in severe to moderate conditions, and a total number of 68,100 people have recovered from the disease since the pandemic broke out.

Regional Breakdown.

Greater Accra Region – 44,580; Ashanti Region – 13,641; Western Region – 4,442; Eastern Region – 3,299; Central Region – 2,664; Volta Region – 1,323; Bono East Region – 951; Northern Region – 827; Upper East Region – 814; Bono Region – 779; Western North Region – 747; Ahafo Region – 625; Oti Region – 258; Upper West Region – 257; Savannah Region – 68; North East Region – 42.

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