- 35-year-old Ghanaian who tested positive for COVID-19 and is being treated under isolation conditions has spoken about his experience
- According to the gentleman, he does not experience any symptoms but chose to get tested since he had returned from France recently
- It is indicated that the 35-year-old spent 14 days in France on an official assignment after which he returned to the country
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A 35-year-old Ghanaian male who returned to Accra after spending 14 days in France and tested positive for COVID-19 otherwise known as coronavirus has spoken in an interview.
According to Myjoyonline who organized the interview, the gentleman had gone on an official assignment in France after which he returned and decided to get tested for COVID-19.
The 35-year-old who chose not to disclose his name narrates that he does not exhibit any symptoms at all and actually feels stronger than most people who may be without the virus.
'Case 7' as he is referred to as, indicates he has no cough, no sneezing, no rise in temperature and absolutely no sign of fever at all.
He, however, admits that life is not the same despite his health being absolutely normal. 'Case 7' says that being in isolation feels like a time spent in prison.
He describes being in isolation as a “special prison” because the doors are locked outside and “your rights are taken away from you.”
Aside from the excruciating pain of being stuck in one position, 'Case 7' says that the medical staff who attend to the patients are highly supportive which is great for the patients.
Also, the 35-year-old mentions many friends and families have called to comfort him. He hopes to recover and be rejoined with his family in the coming days.
In other news, top Ghanaian celebrity King Promise has stated that he is in self-isolation after returning from the UK in the past days
According to the Ghanaian musician, he shows no symptoms of COVID-19 but has decided to undergo the 2-week isolation in line with WHO protocols
King Promise mentions that although his London and Amsterdam concerts pulled massive crowds, he had to call off the rest of the concerts due to the coronavirus outbreak
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