One more case of the Covid-19 has been confirmed in Ghana.

This brings to seven the number of cases recorded in the country so far.

The Ghana Health Service in a statement on its website indicated that the patient is a Ghanaian who came back to the country from France in the last 14 days.

A tweet from the Ghana Health Service said, “This afternoon (17 March 2020); we have received report from NMIMR that indicated one (1) more confirmed case as positive for COVID-19 in Greater Accra Region.”

The patient is a 35-year-old male, and a Ghanaian citizen.

This is another imported case, which brings the total number of confirmed cases to seven (7). The case is being managed in isolation and he is in stable condition.

With regard to contact tracing, a total of 350 contacts have been identified and are being followed up. Two of the contacts who developed symptoms, had their samples tested but they came out to be negative.

Currently, there is no death and all the seven (7) confirmed COVID-19 cases are being managed in isolation and are in stable condition.