Thirty-two births were recorded in four hospitals in the Cape Coast Metropolis on Christmas eve and Christmas.
Eight males and three females were delivered on the eve, while twelve males and nine females were delivered on Christmas.
Nine babies were born at the Cape Coast Metropolitan Hospital, 21 at the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital with the University of Cape Coast Hospital and Adisadel Urban Health Centre recording one each.
Madam Hannah Okwan, a senior midwife at the Cape Coast Metropolitan Hospital, told the Ghana News Agency in an interview that out of the nine births recorded at her facility, a set of female twins were born through caesarian session, whiles seven were normal deliveries.
She said the caesarian operation was done on the eve of Christmas and that both the babies and the mother were in good health.
At the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital, Madam Evelyn Nyewan, a midwife on duty, said three births went through caesarian session with two on Christmas eve and one on Christmas and that the babies and their mothers were in doing well.
Madam Nyewan said four boys were delivered on Christmas eve and nine boys with a set of twins on Christmas day.
She said other expectant mothers who were in labour had been admitted but had not put to bed as at about 17:10 hours when the GNA visited.
Maame Kwakyewaa, who delivered on Christmas, expressed joy for giving birth on such a significant occasion and thanked God for the opportunity adding that she would never forget the day.
Madam Theresa Mensah, who had delivered some few hours before GNA visited the Cape Coast Metropolitan Hospital, was so happy and grateful to God to have had a baby on a day purposely set aside for the remembrance of the birth of Savior of the world.
The University of Cape Coast Hospital and the Adisadel Urban Health Centre did not record any birth on Christmas.
In all, 18 males and 14 females were born at four hospitals in Cape Coast during the Christmas.