Nineteen babies comprising 13 boys and six girls were delivered on Christmas Day at five hospitals in the Northern Region.
As at 0800hrs the Tamale Teaching Hospital (TTH) recorded eight deliveries (five boys and three girls) six of which were spontaneous vaginal deliveries and two others were surgical operations.
As at 0900hrs the Tamale West Hospital recorded six deliveries (five boys and a girl) four of which were spontaneous vaginal deliveries whiles two others were surgical operations.
The Tamale Central Hospital (TCH), as at 0838 hrs recorded three spontaneous vaginal deliveries comprising two boys and a girl.
The Yendi Municipal Hospital recorded one spontaneous vaginal delivery and it was a boy whiles Gusheigu Municipal Hospital also recorded a spontaneous vaginal delivery and it was a girl.
As at 0900hrs the SDA Hospital in Tamale did not record any delivery.
Madam Andaratu Issah, a Midwife on duty at the Labour Ward of TTH, who spoke to the Ghana News Agency at the facility on Tuesday, said all the children and their mothers were in good health adding some of them were discharged.
Madam Amina Adams, Midwife in-charge of the Labour Ward of the TCH, said there were no complications adding the children and their mothers were in good health and two of the mothers and their babies had been discharged.