Today, Ghana reported that it has confirmed four additional cases of COVID-19.
The cases were confirmed by laboratories on Friday and Saturday.
On Friday, two additional cases were recorded while the other two were recorded on Saturday.
All the patients have been quarantined and are in stable condition, Dr Sarkodie said.
The first case on Friday involved a Ghanaian, 56, who had travelled to the United Kingdom for 10 days but returned on Wednesday, March 4 to his base in Obuasi, Ashanti Region.
He showed symptoms on Thursday, March 12 and his blood samples were tested at the Kumasi Centre for Collaborative Research in Tropical Medicine and came out positive.
The second involved a Ghanaian student who had travelled to the US. She came back on Monday, March 9 but showed signs of COVID-19 on Friday, March 13. A test was run at Noguchi Memorial Institute of Medical Research and was confirmed positive.
The cases on Saturday were both confirmed by the University of Ghana-affiliated research institute.
The first involved a Ghanaian, 42, who had flown into Ghana on Sunday, March 8. He had travelled to Switzerland and the UK.
He showed symptoms on Monday, March 9.
The other case was reported at the Tema General Hospital on Saturday with fever and acute respiratory illness. The man, 41, had travelled to Germany and Turkey within the last 14 days.
All the cases did not have symptoms when they arrived at the airport.
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