Eleven cases of the novel coronavirus has been recorded in the Western Region according to the regional deputy director of Public Health, Mr Gifty Amugi.
This comes as a wake up call to residents of the region after restrictions on the fight against the pandemic was eased.
According to the Ghana Health Service (GHS), a total of 471 cases have been recorded nationwide from May 25 to June 7, 2022.
As at June 2, 58,534 cases have been recorded from routine surveillance, 95,681 from enhanced contact tracing and 7,626 from international travelers at the Kotoka International Airport.
In total, the GHS says 161, 841 cases have been recorded in the country, 160,000 persons who contracted the virus have been treated and discharged while 1,445 persons have died in Ghana with 396 active cases.
And according to GHS, as at June 2, a total of 15,658,751 vaccines have been administered in all sixteen regions of the country