Ghana has recorded 382 new cases of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), increasing the cumulative number of active cases in the country to 2,858.
The country's total cumulative case count stands at 98,817.
An update from the Ghana Health Service (GHS), indicates that as of Wednesday, July 14, 2021 the total number of persons who have succumbed to the disease was 812.
The number of persons who have recovered/discharged is 95,147 with 27 persons in severe condition 12 others in critical condition.
The country has so far conducted a total of 1, 357,389 tests out of which 98,817 persons tested positive.
Of the 98, 817 infected persons, 34,548 were detected from Routine Surveillance, 62,270 were from Enhanced Contact Tracing and 1,999 from international travellers at the Kotoka International Airport.
Ghana's test positivity rate now stands at 7.3 per cent.
The Greater Accra Region still leads with the highest case count followed by Ashanti Region and Western Region.
Greater Accra Region - 54,115
Ashanti Region - 16,889
Western Region - 5,984
Eastern Region - 4,559
Central Region - 3,552
Volta Region - 2,664
Northern Region - 1,661
Bono Region - 1,494
Bono East Region - 1,467
Upper East Region - 1,321
Western North Region - 935
Ahafo Region - 847
Upper West Region - 500
Oti Region - 467
North East Region - 231
Savannah Region - 132