Two cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Ghana, Health Minister Kwaku Agyemang-Manu has announced.
According to the Health Minister, the two people tested positive after laboratory tests from the Noguchi Memorial Institute of Medical Research returned results on Thursday.
The cases, according to the Health Minister, were reported as ‘imported cases’ as the individuals returned to Ghana from Norway and Turkey.
He made this known at an emergency press briefing organised by the Information Ministry.
“Both individuals returned to Ghana from Norway and Turkey. So these are imported cases of Covid-19.
“I wish to assure all Ghanaians that the Government of Ghana, together with all health partners, will continue to work assiduously to ensure the situation is contained. Both patients are currently being kept in isolation and are stable. We have initiated processes for contact tracing,” he announced.
Meanwhile, South Africa’s ‘coronavirus retreat’ will be the Ranch Resort in Limpopo.
Citizens being repatriated from China will have the pleasure of the luxury hotel for a period of 21 days while under quarantine.
The amazing resort features a splendid golf course, spa and offers game drives.
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