- Akosua May, a beautiful Ghanaian nurse has cautioned the public that COVID-19 is real and nobody should take it lightly
- According to May, her own friend has now contracted the novel coronavirus after treating a patient with it
- It is hoped that everyone takes this seriously and protects themselves as much as they can
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A stunning Ghanaian nurse popularly known on social media as Akosua May has cautioned the public to take the COVID-19 preventive measures very seriously as the pandemic is very real.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Twitter handle of the young nurse, she clearly indicates that her close friend is now waiting in isolation for 14 days after testing positive for the novel coronavirus.
Akosua May further explains that the gentleman only attended to a COVID-19 patient as part of his normal duties and got the disease as a result.
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This comes at a time when many people have begun returning to their normal day-to-day activities with the impression that COVID-19 is either unreal or harmless.
Yet, May has shown the vivid reality of the coronavirus when she stated that now, her friend's meals have to be put outside his door for his name to mentioned so he comes out to get it.
It is hoped that everyone will put in all the measures possible to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 in Ghana, and not take it as a joke.
However, 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.
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