Gary Al-Smith from Multimedia tests positive for COVID-19

Gary Al-Smith from Multimedia tests positive for COVID-19

- Multimedia Group's popular sports journalist Gary Al-Smith has been confirmed positive for COVID-19

- Gary Al-Smith is one of the 5 people who have been confirmed positive for the novel coronavirus at the Multimedia Group

- Gary says he is doing well and is receiving great treatment from the health workers attending to him

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Gary Al-Smith, one of the popular sports journalists who work with the Multimedia Group has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, being one of five people who have currently been confirmed to have it.

The journalist declared his status on his personal Facebook handle in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, stating that he is in isolation currently.

According to Gary, he will be constantly sharing his experience on radio to help the world understand what it actually means to be positive for COVID-19.

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Gary further indicates that he does not have any symptoms of the novel coronavirus and treatment has been superb from the health care workers.

Both of Gary's parents have been highly supportive, according to the sports journalist, as he states that his mother already had a foreknowledge from her prayers to God.

His father also received the news calmly whilst Gary's wife has also proven her companionship in a relentless manner, including granting Gary the permission to share his experience on radio.

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YEN.com.gh also reported that some of the Kumasi Sports Academy ladies have resorted to the role of conductors also known as trotro mates, in sprinters so as to make ends meet because of COVID-19.

This has been revealed in a news report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Radio Rainbow's official website after an interview was conducted with the president of the academy.

According to James Asuming, the president, all activities of the academy had to stop because of the outbreak of COVID-19 in compliance with the safety protocols.

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