The Ghana Health Service (GHS) on Wednesday revealed that all seven coronavirus patients in the country were in stable conditions.
Director of Public Health at the GHS, Dr Ebenezer Badu Sarkodie, made the revelation when he opened a press conference organised by the Information Ministry to give an update on the new coronavirus outbreak in Ghana.
“The case count remains seven; all seven cases are being managed in isolation and all are in stable condition,” he said. Also, he revealed that contact tracing for six out of the seven cases have reached 381, but none of these contacts had tested positive for the fast-spreading deadly virus.
“All of them are being followed up on and are doing well,” Dr Sarkodie said.
He said contact tracing for the seventh confirmed patient was ongoing.
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