Six more coronavirus patients hitherto on admission at the Ga East Municipal Hospital have been treated and discharged.
This brings to 38 the total number of patients discharged.
This was made known by the Minister of Health, Kwaku Agyemang-Manu, at a press briefing on Wednesday, April 1.
On Tuesday, March 31, Mr Agyemang-Manu, who is also Member of Parliament for Dormaa Central Constituency, said 31 persons in quarantine had shown signs of improvement and were “on home care”.
“We have tested them negative and we have had samples awaiting results,” he stressed.
According to him, when the results come and they are still negative they will be counted among the three so far declared ‘Recovered’.
The Minister indicated that all but one persons who were put on mandatory quarantine after entering Ghana have also tested negative.
He said he has personally written letters to thank them for their “cooperation” and “understanding”.
“We will start taking samples for repeat tests today,” he said of the final tests to get them cleared.
Ghana has so far recorded 195 cases of the deadly disease with 5 deaths.
By Emmanuel Kwame Amoh|3news.com|Ghana