Two COVID-19 related deaths have been recorded in the Bono Region.
The two have been distinguished as a 57-year-elderly person, who had a kidney issue at Wenchi and a 77-year-old hypertensive lady.
The subsequent demise was recorded at the Sunyani Hospital last Friday, January 22, 2021.
The Deputy Bono Regional Director, Public Health, Dr John Ekow Otoo, unveiled this in a meeting with Adom News during a report on cases recorded so far in the territory.
He fixed the territorial case tally at 657, adding that 15 new cases have been recorded since the start of January this year.
He noticed that the vast majority of the patients had recuperated, notwithstanding, 11 of them were all the while getting treatment at different focuses in the area.
Dr Otoo expressed he was troubled about the expanding pace of new diseases in the district which he credited to carelessness and non-adherence to the security conventions.
He clarified around 80 of the affirmed cases were identified through contact following, saying cases were being recorded each day.
Despite the fact that he noticed the directorate had increased government funded training on the illness, he additionally spoke to the general population to stick to the conventions.
He emphasized the need to consistently wear nose or face covers, use liquor based hand sanitisers oftentimes, and wash their hands with cleanser under running water, to forestall the spread of the viral sickness in the area.