The Ghana Health Service official dashboard for reporting on the country's COVID-19 cases, has indicated that only two people have recovered and discharged following their confirmed laboratory results.
It said two others were awaiting laboratory results to inform decision on their discharge.
The GHS further showed that the total confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ghana as at 1030 hours, March 30, 2020, stood at 152 with five deaths.
It explained that all five had underlying chronic medical conditions prior to the COVID-19 infection.
The GHS official platform also showed that as at March 30, that there were no new cases of COVID-19 reported since the last update at 1100 hours on March 29, 2020.
It said the Kumasi Centre for Collaborative Research had tested 17 samples made up of three from Upper East, three from North East, and 11 from the Ashanti regions, all of which were negative, and that no new test results had since been received from the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research since the last update.
It urged the media and all others to base their information on what had been officially confirmed and updated on the official platform to avoid public misinformation and creating confusion.