COVID claims five more Ghanaian lives; 297 new cases recorded
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COVID claims five more Ghanaian lives; 297 new cases recorded


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Five more Ghanaians have died of COVID-19 bringing the total number of casualties to 346, the Ghana Health Service has announced.
297 new cases of the virus have been recorded bringing the active case count to 1,776 as of Sunday, January 17, 2021.
The Greater Accra region continues to lead with the majority of the cases.


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