Ghana’s High Commissioner to UK recovers from COVID-19

Ghana’s High Commissioner to UK recovers from COVID-19

- Ghana’s High Commissioner to the UK has fully recovered from the novel coronavirus

- News broke on April 10, 2020, that the High Commissioner contracted COVID-19 and was in intensive care

- Just 5 weeks later, the respected official is in the news again but this time, thankful to everyone who helped him in any way to heal from the virus

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Papa Owusu-Ankomah, Ghana’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, has fully recovered from COVID-19 or the novel coronavirus weeks after getting infected.

It would be recalled that YEN.com.gh reported on April 10, 2020, that the Commissioner had tested positive for COVID-19 three days earlier.

His condition was not very mild as reports indicated that he had been put on a ventilator at an intensive care unit at the Royal Free Hospital in London.

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Ghana’s High Commissioner to UK recovers from COVID-19

Source: UGC
Source: UGC

Exactly five weeks after he tested positive, Papa Owusu-Ankomah has wonderfully recovered from the global pandemic to the admiration of all.

On May 12, 2020, the High Commissioner released a press statement regarding his rapid recovery, thanking everyone who helped him in diverse ways.

Papa Owusu-Ankomah also mentioned that he is completely optimistic that both UK and Ghana would heal from the pandemic soon.

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“I, however, remain optimistic and I strongly believe that the U.K., Ghana, and the rest of the world will overcome this virus," he said.

In another interesting report related to COVID-19 recovery cases, a young Ghanaian lady by name Matilda Agamu who has recovered from the novel coronavirus has revealed how her colleague traders have prevented her from selling.

The young trader narrated her predicaments to Kojo Yankson, in a short documentary sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of Joy 99.7 FM.

According to Matilda, although she had recovered from the novel coronavirus, her colleagues stopped her from going about her usual business for the fear that she might infect them.

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