COVID-19: Infected persons should be shown on TV to scare people - Bagbin

COVID-19: Infected persons should be shown on TV to scare people - Bagbin

- Alban Sumana Bagbin has called for visual contents of COVID-19 infected persons in Ghana to be televised to put fear people

- According to him, a lot more people were still living their lives as if everything was still normal

- He argued that will help wake people from their slumber and make them think that COVID-19 is real

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The Second deputy speaker of Parliament, Alban Sumana Bagbin has called for visual contents of COVID-19 infected persons in Ghana to be televised to put fear people who still think the virus is non-existent.

According to him, a lot more people were still living their lives as if everything was still normal and were flouting the COVID-19 safety protocols.

Speaking on the floor of Parliament on Tuesday, May 19, 2020, Mr Bagbin said his call was based on feedback he has received from the public.

He argued that will help wake people from their slumber and make them think that COVID-19 is real.

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Some Ghanaians could not have agreed with him better as they shared their thoughts. Others also shared their opinions.

Dre actually does not believe the coronavirus is real.

Owusu believes the visual content would scare people living the rural areas

Atsrim said it is important to create fear instead of spreading calm.

Darlington said he should wait till he gets infected

Yaw believes it is totally wrong

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In other news, the Ghana Health Service (GHS) latest figures have revealed that more women in the Ashanti Region are contracting the coronavirus as compared to men.

The Ashanti Regional Health Directorate of the Ghana Health Service (GHS) has revealed that more women have tested positive for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the Ashanti Region than men.

The latest data is different from the national data which shows more men are getting infected than women.

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