Nine more Ghanaians have succumbed to the deadly Covid-19 pandemic.
According to the Ghana Health Service (GHS), the country’s death toll stands at 763 as of April 10.
In its latest update, the Service also indicated that 84 new cases and 1,413 active cases have been recorded.
As a result, the country’s total confirmed cases has risen to 91,477 with 89,301 persons having recovered from the virus, thus have been discharged from the health facilities.
Out of the cases reported, 27 are said to be severe with 10 others in critical condition.
Statistics from the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) reveal that 1,319 returnees have recovered out of the 1,397 cases recorded.
Meanwhile, some 742,349 Ghanaians are said to have been vaccinated in the ongoing immunization exercise by the Ghana Health Service.
The Greater Accra Region with 50,489 remains the main hotspot in the contraction of the virus among the 16 regions.
A total of 120 cases have however been recorded in the Savannah Region.
Breakdown of regional cases are as follows:
Ahafo – 704
Ashanti – 15,428
Bono – 1,370
Bono East – 1,423
Central – 3,309
Eastern – 4,149
Greater Accra – 50,489
North East – 223
Northern – 1,651
Oti – 406
Savannah – 120
Upper East – 1,309
Upper West – 493
Volta – 2,408
Western – 5,744
Western North – 854
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