Details of the 28 people who have so far died of in has been released by the Ghana Health Service on their official website.

Due to reasons best known to them, the name of the deceased people was not published, however, they made available their gender, region, age, and the underlying health condition that they were battling with before their death.

The majority of the people who have lost their lives in the battle, according to the list, died from Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus.

Three persons on the list, however, died without any underlying health condition.


The three are a 9-year old, 32-year-old and 20-year-old who are 2nd, 12th and 23rd on the list.

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It is however not clear if the list is in order of time of deaths.

17 of the victims, representing 61% of the number are male with the remaining 11 (39%) being female.

12 persons on the list representing 43% of the total deaths were above 60 years of age, persons who were from ages 30 to 60 years were 12 in number, representing another 43%.

The remaining 4 victims which make up 14% of the total number were below age 30 at the time of their death.

See the full list below:

As it stands, so far has 5,638 confirmed cases of COVID-19, with 1,460 recoveries and 28 deaths as stated above.

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