- The Director-General of the World Health Organisation has advised Africa to prepare itself for the worst regarding the Coronavirus
- He said it is not prudent for Africa to rejoice over its low numbers
- Tedros Ghebreyesus, however, asked Africa to wake up
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The Director-General of the World Health Organisation (WHO) has advised Africa to prepare itself for the worst regarding the Coronavirus.
According to Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, it is not prudent for Africa to rejoice over its low penetration into its continent.
The WHO boss said it would be deadly if Africans took the situation for granted due to it's low recorded cases.
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Speaking at the WHO’s daily press briefing, he opined that there may be more cases that have not yet been identified and recorded.
“...we cannot take this number as the amount of, or the number of cases we have in Africa, probably we have undetected cases or unreported cases," he suspected.
Ghebreyesus warned that the continent must brace up for the worst so that it is not overwhelmed in case it happens.
“I think Africa should wake up, I think my continent should wake up,” the WHO boss warned.
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Meanwhile, in a bid to protect oneself from coming into contact with the deadly coronavirus, most people especially Ghanaians have resorted to wearing gloves in public.
This action of theirs is obviously to prevent coming into contact with the virus should they be exposed to it.
The Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research has however expressed their misgivings about the rate at which Ghanaians go about public places in latex gloves.
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