Coronavirus: Video of social distance fufu pounding hits the internet

Coronavirus: Video of social distance fufu pounding hits the internet

- Social distancing is one of the ways that can help people stay safe from the deadly coronavirus

- A viral video has popped up on social media showing a young man and a woman practicing social distancing while pounding fufu

- The video shows the woman putting the cassava in the mortar and running back for the young man to run forward to pound in a repeated sequence

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A video has popped up online which shows the new way of pounding fufu due to the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus

The viral video making rounds on social media shows a woman and a young man pounding fufu in a very funny way as the observed social distancing to avoid catching the deadly COVID-19.

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In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, it shows the woman putting cassava in the mortar and running back for the young man to run forward to pound it with the pestle in a repeated sequence.

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People have been advised to avoid public gathering because and the deadly coronavirus and if they have to talk to someone, they have to be 6ft apart -which fulfils the social distancing rule.

Perhaps the two people who were seen pounding the fufu are trying their best to avoid close contact with themselves.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the Health Minister Kwaku Agyemang Manu had stated that 49 patients out of 195 in Ghana had been discharged.

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They are said to be responding to treatment and will continue the next stage of treatment from home as they are on their way to fully recover.

Speaking at a press briefing at the Ministry of Information, the Health Minister said these 49 people will be closely monitored to ensure that they recover fully.

Currently, the total number of confirmed cases in Ghana stands at a total number of 195.

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