Deputy Education Minister of Liberia flown into Ghana for COVID-19 treatment

Deputy Education Minister of Liberia flown into Ghana for COVID-19 treatment.

Latim Da-thong, Deputy Education Minister of Liberia is being treated for the COVID-19 virus in Ghana.

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The West African country has 652 confirmed Covid-19 cases with 34 deaths from the virus.

This was revealed by people close to Ghana’s COVID-19 management.

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The Information Minister of Liberia, Lenn Eugene Nagbe told FPA news, Latim Da-thong’s condition required further treatment and was flown to Ghana based on diplomatic arrangements between the two countries.

In April, the President of Liberia extended the lockdown measures for two weeks in the country.

It has been reported that 270 people have recovered in that country.

Liberia ranks 146 in countries with reported COVID-19 cases, one of the lowest in the world.