The Volta Region is still recording more cholera cases with a total of 255 so far.
Out of that number 5 people have been confirmed dead while the rest are receiving treatment at various health facilities in the region.
Dr. Joseph Nuertey, Volta Regional Director of Health Services who confirmed the information to Citi News said the directorate has adopted some measures to reduce the cases.
“We have directed environmental officers to clean all food vending joints. Any food vendor who refuses cooperate would have to be sanctioned,” he added.
“Ketu South has recorded 116 cases, Nkwanta South 72, Ketu North 19 and then Ho 3,” Dr. Dr. Nuertey indicated.
By: Godwin Allotey Akweiteh/citifmonline.com/Ghana