The Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital says that it has been able to treat and discharge all seven Covid-19 patients who were on admission at its Treatment Centre.
“The Korle Bu COVID-19 Treatment Centre has successfully treated and discharged all seven patients who were on admission there. The patients were from Korle Bu and Bolgatanga Regional Hospital,” it said in a statement signed by its Chief Executive, Dr. Daniel Asare.
According to Korle-Bu, among the recovered persons are health workers, an orderly and a security officer.
The statement added that the discharged persons were “impressed with the level of care and the contributions of the multidisciplinary team that the Hospital has assembled and tasked with the treatment of the patients”
Management of the hospital also reiterated its commitment to help in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
“The team reiterated its commitment to help in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. The discharged patients were urged to be ambassadors in the campaign to dispel stigma around Covid-19,” the statement added
In Ghana, person who contract the coronavirus are declared to have recovered after testing negative to the virus twice after treatment.
Meanwhile, as of Saturday May 2, 2020, the country had recorded 229 recovery cases.
18 persons have, however, succumbed to the virus.
Ghana’s positive case count is 2,169.
Story by: Jeffrey Nyabor | universnewsroom.com