- Gary Al-Smith, a popular Ghanaian sports journalist, has been discharged after triumphing over the novel coronavirus
- The journalist, along with four other staff of Multimedia, had been previously reported to have contracted COVID-19
- Gary was very excited about his recovery and used the opportunity to extend his gratitude to everyone who has supported him throughout the period
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Ghanaian sports journalist, Gary Al-Smith who works with Multimedia, has been discharged from hospital after previously testing positive for the novel coronavirus.
The journalist shared the news he dubbed a 'miracle' on his personal Facebook handle, where he has always kept everyone updated on his condition, in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh.
It would be recalled how YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Gary and four other staff of Multimedia were confirmed to have had COVID-19.
See Gary Al-Smith's post below:
In Gary's own words, "I've spent my first 24 hours in almost two weeks outside the University of Ghana Medical Center. I came in, through these doors, as an uncertain patient. I walked out an emboldened miracle."
The popular journalist used the opportunity to express his gratitude to his family, The Multimedia Group, and everyone who had been there for him throughout the period.
He also encouraged everyone to help win the fight against stigmatization towards COVID-19 patients and those who have recovered.
Although Gary did not state categorically that he had recovered, he mentioned he had triumphed over COVID-19, which can be interpreted to mean the same thing.
YEN.com.gh also recently reported that Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare, who is the founder and leader of Perez Chapel International, has said that the coronavirus is a demonic movement to keep people out of church.
The respected Ghanaian pastor made the statement during a recent sermon that has been trimmed into a snippet and that is making waves on social media.
In the footage, Bishop Agyin-Asare recounted how he had a conversation with Archbishop Duncan-Williams in which they were discussing the impact of COVID-19 on church activity.
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