Coronavirus: German man causes massive scare at Kotoka after he 'fainted' on floor at airport (video)

Coronavirus: German man causes massive scare at Kotoka after he 'fainted' on floor at airport (video)

- A video has emerged of a yet-to-be-identified returnee from Germany, who allegedly fainted on the floor at the Kotoka International Airport upon arrival

- The man was videoed on the floor at the arrival hall allegedly feigning sickness

- The footage of the yet-to-be-identified returnee has gone viral

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Amid the Coronavirus scare following its outbreak and wide spread across countries in the world, many have become cautious and a recent video is evidence that people are poised to protect themselves.

A viral video of a yet-to-be-identified returnee from Germany, who allegedly fainted on the floor at the Kotoka International Airport upon his arrival is rapidly making waves.

The less than two minute video, opens with the man who reportedly arrived in Ghana at the Kotoka International Airport on the floor, allegedly feigning sickness.

The returnee was captured lying on the floor at the arrival hall while attendants at the airport could be heard claiming he was pretending to be unwell.

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This video comes not long after YEN.com.gh reported that a white lady was sacked from a supermarket for refusing to clean her hands before entry.

The lady refused to use hand sanitiser provided by the supermarket to curb the Coronavirus scare.

A video of the incident popped up on social media and went viral.

This current video does not indicate whether the returnee and his wife were being denied entry into the country.

However, the voices over the video indicate that he was feigning sickness for attention.

Watch video below.

YEN.com.gh previously reported that the manufactures of COA FS, have denied media reports that COA FS, an immune booster and viral load suppressing drug is a cure for Coronavirus also called Covid-19.

A disclaimer published on the website of the Center of Awareness Global Peace Mission (COA GPM) noted that recent media reports that the drug is a cure for the Covid-19 virus are no accurate.

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