COVID-19: Over 200 New Cases Recorded in Kumasi; 10 New Deaths Within 2-Weeks

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Information convened by has it that the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA), has recorded over 200 cases at different treatment centres between 1st to 13th July 2021.

In a statement released by KMA sighted by reveals that 10 persons who contracted COVID-19 within the last two weeks in the municipality have died.

The Assembly entreats all persons within the area to as a matter of urgency adhere to the COVID-19 safety protocols.

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As per the statement, the Public Relations Officer of the KMA, Henrietta Afia Konadu Aboagye, said the new Delta variant was detected in the metropolis in December 2021.

She also called on various Mass Media to intensify education and sensitization of the COVID-19 virus.

“After the festive season, we realized a lot of people were coming in with a lot of cases, but later we realised that people were coming in with the new Delta variant. The Public Health Committee that is helping the Assembly with the outbreak has recorded over 200 cases.”

“This number is too huge for this short period; so we are drawing the attention of the public not to relax with the protocols so that we are able to curtail the infection rate”, she added

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