COVID-19: 31 Instances Were Reported To GHS In The Previous Week

There has been a rise in COVID-19 infections in Ghana, according to the Ghana Health Service (GHS).

The GHS reports that throughout the past week, about 31 new COVID-19 cases have been reported nationwide.

Dr. Kwame Amponsah-Achiano, the Program Manager of the Expanded Programme on Immunization at GHS, stated that none of the COVID-19 cases are life-threatening during a meeting with Accra-based media.

He reassured the public that there was no need for them to worry too much about the recent increase in coronavirus cases, pointing out that COVID-19 is now considered “endemic” and that periodic outbreaks are thus to be expected.


We have been logging some noteworthy numbers up to roughly 30 or 31 over the last week or so. However, I believe the numbers have decreased during the last three or four days. However, these additional examples are not shocking. COVID has arrived to reside with us, as we have already stated. It belongs to us.

As a result, occasionally when we looked, we would discover it. And for that reason, we haven’t given up on immunization either,” he added.

The COVID-19 immunization campaign would be conducted countrywide, according to Dr. Amponsah-Achiano.

“Therefore, as part of strategies to reduce COVID to the barest immune, from May 5 to May 9, we are going to do another exercise of COVID vaccination known as the National COVID-19 Vaccination Exercise (NCVE),” he continued.

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