Ghana’s Active COVID-19 Cases Rise To 3,286 With 679 New Cases

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The month of January is becoming a very trying time for Ghanaians as they fight the spread of COVID-19 infections.

Every week since we entered 2021, the number of active cases have continued to rise.

This has been largely blamed on the community spread of the virus during the festive season when COVID-19 safety protocols were not strictly adhered to.

The latest numbers released by the Ghana Health Service suggest a rising trend in the number of confirmed new cases which is increasing the number of active cases in total.

The GHS is reporting that 679 new cases have been recorded bringing the total number of active cases to 3,286.

The death toll has also risen to 367 people.

Commentary on social media from Ghanaians suggest they expect the government must do more to restrict the movement of people and ensuring that Ghanaians adhere to COVID-19 safety protocols.


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