Man tattoos COVID-19 around his neck (Photo)

Man tattoos COVID-19 around his neck (Photo)

- A man has tattooed COVID-19 around his neck

- Sources say the man wanted to feel unique with the ink the deadly virus around his neck

- The death toll globally has risen to over 1 million with a huge number of deaths

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An elderly-looking man has caused a stir with a tattoo of COVID-19 around his neck.

He had the virus inked with the name boldly written on top of it around his neck.

YEN.com.gh’s prying eyes also observed that the man’s virus is a special one as it seems to have two eyes and a mouth as if to stress on the virus’ appearance in almost every country.

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He boldly flaunted the tattoo as he sat quietly for the photo to be taken.

Sources say the elderly-looking man wanted to have the tattoo on his body to perhaps tell the story to his younger generations sometime.

Sadly, this disease has snatched many souls into the grave on his body.

Man tattoos COVID-19 around his neck (Photo)

Man tattoos COVID-19 around his neck. Photo credit: Supplied
Source: UGC

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In the case of Ghana, a total of 214 coronavirus cases have been confirmed with 5 deaths.

Fortunately for the country, the recovery rate is high and appreciable as recently, a total of 31 patients recovered and were discharged from the hospital as earlier reported by YEN.com.gh.

However, that is not the case for countries such as South Africa, Italy, Spain, the UK, United States, and the others.

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The disease has done a lot of damage in those parts of the world to the extent that Italy could record nearly 12,000 deaths as of Sunday, April 5, 2020.

Meanwhile, the founder and leader of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP), Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, has pledged seven ambulances to the government.

Nduom, who was represented by his running mate for the 2016 election, Ms Brigitte Dzogbenuku, said the ambulances would be on standby and be deployed when the government needs them.

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