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The causes of the accident were still unknown. Picture shown is for illustrative purposes only.
The death toll in the collapse of a three-storey church building in eastern Ghana rose to 21, rescue officials said on Friday, as more bodies were pulled from the rubble.
"The deceased include 12 women and nine men," the National Disaster Management Organisation said in a statement, upping the toll from 17 dead on Thursday.
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It said eight people had been rescued alive at the scene since rescue workers began combing the disaster site.
The Church of Prosperity collapsed on Tuesday in the town of Akyem Batabi just after worshippers had concluded a prayer meeting.
One survivor told local media that some 60 people were inside the building when it came down.
The causes of the accident were still unknown but the church's founder, Prophet Isaac Ofori, popularly known as Akoa Isaac, was assisting police with its investigation.
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The number of people who have tested positive rose by nearly 20 per cent to 39,673, the health ministry said, while the death toll represented an increase of 23.5 per cent over the figures from Monday.
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Nearly 843,000 people have died of Covid-19 globally, and with no vaccine or effective treatment available yet, governments have been forced to resort to some form of social distancing and lockdowns to stop the spread of the virus.
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