Ghana Health Service Directorate has indicated four districts in the Ashanti Region that are high-risk areas in the midst of the Coronavirus outbreak.
The Ashanti Region has recorded confirmed cases that tallies to 307.
The GHS named Kumasi Metro, Tafo Metropolis, Afigya Kwabre District, and Obuasi as the main hotspots in the Ashanti Region following the surge in Ghana’s recorded cases.
“These are where the real hotspots are in the Ashanti Region. Obuasi has become a place where we are currently doing a lot of contact tracing to be able to control the cases.” Director-General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Patrick Aboagye, announced at a media briefing on Tuesday 12th May 2020.
Meanwhile, in a breakdown of the new cases, Accra recorded 89, the Ashanti Region has 307, while the Central region also recorded 27 new cases. The Western and Volta regions recorded 3 and 1 new cases respectively.