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Ghana’s COVID-19 active cases increase to 1,156

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Ghana’s coronavirus active cases have to shot up to 1,156 from 947 in less than a week, the latest update by the Ghana Health Service (GHS) on Sunday, 8 November 2020 indicated.

The rise follows 198 new cases from the laboratories across the country, summing up the total number of confirmed national cases to 49,202.

The death toll has however remained at 320 for the past two weeks.

The total number of recoveries and discharges is 47,726. Two persons are presently on ventilators, 11 have been classified as severe while four remain critical.

The Kotoka International Airport has so far recorded a total of 171 cases out of which 53 have recovered.

Below is the regional breakdown:

Greater Accra Region – 26,007

Ashanti Region – 11,047

Western Region – 2,999

Eastern Region – 2,455

Central Region – 1,935

Bono East Region – 785

Volta Region – 684

Western North Region – 653

Bono Region – 619

Northern Region – 547

Ahafo Region – 528

Upper East Region – 358

Oti Region – 243

Upper West Region – 90

Savannah Region – 62

North East Region – 19

 

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Bawumia Addresses The Nation On The Future Of Ghana’s Economy Today

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Ghana Election 2020: The Vice President, His Excellency Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia will today, Thursday 26th November, 2020, speak to address the nation on the future of Ghana’s economy.

The theme of the Vice President’s speech is ” December 7 And The Future Of The Economy”

The Vice President will make his speech from Cedi Conference Department of Economics, Legon.

 

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Covid-19: Ghana’s Active Cases reduce Drastically

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The Ghana Health Service (GHS) says the country has witnessed a decline in the number of active Covid-19 cases.

The new update shows that as at 22nd November, 2020 Ghana’s active cases stand at 775.

The total number of cases recorded as of November 22, stood at 51,225.

Out of the 51,225 cases recorded, 50,127 persons have been discharged or recovered from the virus, while the total number of deaths stood at 323.

Since the reopening of the Kotoka International Airport in September, 69,311 tests had been conducted, out of which 264 of them turned out positive.

Find the regional breakdown below:

Greater Accra Region – 27,753

Ashanti Region – 11,107

Western Region – 3,048

Eastern Region – 2,522

Central Region – 1,940

Bono East Region – 788

Volta Region – 688

Western North Region – 659

Bono Region – 619

Northern Region – 551

Ahafo Region – 530

Upper East Region – 359

Oti Region – 243

Upper West Region – 90

Savannah Region – 62

North East Region – 20

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Ghanaians won’t vote for you because of Free SHS – Kwesi Pratt tells Akufo Addo

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The truth is, NPP and Akufo Addo strong campaign message has been centred on the free senior high school education policy for obvious reasons.

And you can’t blame them as their one district one factory policy has turned beans – I can’t locate any factor in my district.

It’s at the back of this that ace journalist, Kwesi Pratt has advised the NPP not to bank all its electoral fortunes on the flagship Free SHS program.

He said that shouldn’t be the only trump card as election 2020 fast approaches on December 7.

Mr. Pratt made reference to the CPP in 2000 who didn’t have any relevant say in the outcome of the election despite introducing the free education policy.

Even Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah was overthrown despite being a strong advocate for free education said Kwesi Pratt.

To him, the suitability of a candidate to the voters is a major determinant in election outcomes and not who implemented free education or not.

He spoke on Peace FM’s Kokrookoo Show with Kwame Sefa Kayi on Tuesday, November 25, 2020.

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