Ghana has recorded 470 new OCIVD-19 cases, taking the national load to 24, 988, according to the Ghana Health Service as of Monday, 13 July 2020.

The number of clinical recoveries has also gone up to 21,067.

The number of active cases has fallen to 3,782.

The death toll remains 139.

So far, the health authorities have conducted 331,366 tests with 121, 062 being from routine surveillance and 210, 304 from contact-tracing.

Ghana’s positivity rate, so far, is 7.54 per cent.

Regional breakdown

Greater Accra Region – 13,690

Ashanti Region – 5,259

Western Region – 2,140

Central Region – 1,110

Eastern Region – 948

Volta Region – 418

Upper East Region – 282

Northern Region – 267

Bono East Region – 205

Western North Region – 200

Oti Region – 128

Bono Region – 107

Ahafo Region – 98 Upper West Region – 70

Savannah Region – 57

North East Region – 9

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