The Ghana Well being Services (GHS) has apologised for publishing two different coronavirus figures on its Covid-19 webpage on Tuesday evening.
Dr Badu Sarkodie, Director of Public Wellness at the Company, said the mishap was unlucky and that strain from functioning for prolonged hours, most likely obtained to the gentleman who was supposed to update the page, ensuing in the blunder.
Addressing the push at the Details Ministry’s media briefing Thursday, he appealed to Ghanaians to pardon the Service for the error.
“Sincerely, I consider I have to render an apology. These are some of the points you have when people function late in the evening and have to generate an output.”
The GHS in its Tuesday update resurrected claims that federal government was massaging the Covid-19 figures following 7,367 and 7,117 were reported 15 minutes aside.
The contradicting figures remaining social media in a condition of confusion. Whilst some assumed it was a error, others concluded government was in truth hiding the genuine state of affairs from Ghanaians.
But Dr Sarkodie states that is not the situation.
According to him “whatever we put there is the reality and very little than that.”
He claimed the gentleman who manufactured the error “should have known as some of us to advise him to place down something and apologise to the people of Ghana. This are unable to be performed.
“We sincerely apologise for that,” he extra.