'Wow see my bed & AC' - COVID-19 patient arrives at isolation center with joy in video

'Wow see my bed & AC' - COVID-19 patient arrives at isolation center with joy in video

- A lady who contracted COVID-19 and was sent to an isolation centre has been filled with great joy after arriving at the facility

- She made a video taking viewers on a tour through the room, showing her bed, the air-conditioner and other elements that would make the stay amazing

- The Director-General of the Ghana Health Service encouraged Ghanaians not to regard COVID-19 as a death sentence and the lady's reaction towards the disease shows he was right indeed

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An overjoyed COVID-19 patient has released a video as she arrived at an isolation centre which turned out to be a beautiful facility.

In the footage sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Facts and Truths, the excited lady took viewers through a tour, showing off her nicely-laid bed, air-conditioner, dining table and others.

Although the specific isolation centre and the name of the lady are all not disclosed, it is clear from the video that the COVID-19 patients in isolation are well taken care of.

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The Director-General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr Patrick Kuma Aboagye, has said that stigmatisation should not be given a place in the fight against COVID-19 because contracting the disease is not a disgrace or a death sentence.

The meaning of this directive given by Dr Patrick Kuma Aboagye has been buttressed greatly by the lady's excitement, despite the fact that she contracted the COVID-19 disease that has killed thousands around the globe.

It is only hoped that the video would serve its purpose of spreading calm and not fear, but not desensitise the people against the subtle danger in contracting the novel coronavirus.

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In another interesting report, Ghanaian highlife and afrobeat singer-songwriter Eugene Kwame Marfo, who goes by the stage name Kuami Eugene's first TikTok video has gone wrong.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Instagram account of the Ghanaian celebrity, he was so confused and kept asking for assistance on how to do the TikTok.

It is not too clear whether the singer simply staged the confusion or he was really that lost but the video stirs rib-cracking laughter at the sight of it.

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