- A pregnant woman in the Western Region who tested positive for COVID-19 has given birth to a bouncing baby boy
- After the delivery by Caesarian Section, samples of both the mother and child were taken and the results came back negative for both
- The exciting incident occurred at the Tarkwa Apinto Government Hospital after a surgical operation conducted by Dr Joseph Darko
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A pregnant COVID-19 patient in Tarkwa in the Western Region has tested negative for the novel coronavirus after successfully delivering her baby through Caesarian Section.
The remarkable incident that occurred at the Tarkwa Apinto Government Hospital was aired by Hawa Iddrisu in Citi FM's midday news monitored by YEN.com.gh.
In a narration by Dr Joseph Darko, the medical practitioner who performed the surgical operation on the COVID-19 patient, the woman gave birth to a handsome baby boy.
Dr Joseph Darko indicates that soon after the delivery of the bouncing baby boy, samples of both mother and baby were taken and tested.
Two weeks after the samples were taken to the laboratory, which is May 28, 2020, the results have come out indicating that both are negative.
The excited doctor, however, indicated that a second round of tests is being conducted to reaffirm the results and declare the mother as having recovered fully from COVID-19.
In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, a young man by the name William Ansah Sasreku who was born in Anomabo in Ghana in 1736 got sold into slavery and later became a renowned prince in England.
Ghanaianmuseum.com reports that in 1744 when he was only eight years of age, William whose father, Enu Baissie Kurentsir, was an internal slaves dealer in Ghana, sent his son to study English in England to enhance the slave activities.
Unfortunately for the Ghanaian father who was known to the British as John Bannishee Corrantee, his son got abducted into slavery in Barbados.
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