COVID-19: I visited registration centre even though positive - Carlos Ahenkorah

COVID-19: I visited registration centre even though positive - Carlos Ahenkorah

- Carlos Ahenkorah has revealed he visited a registration centre in his constituency despite his COVID-19 status

- His decision to visit the centre despite being asked to self-isolate was to resolve some issues that came up at the centre

- He further justified that when he got to the registration centre, he did not get in the midst of the people

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The member of parliament for the Tema West constituency, Carlos Ahenkorah, has revealed he visited a registration centre in his constituency despite his positive COVID-19 status.

According to him, his decision to visit the centre despite being asked to self-isolate was to resolve some issues that came up at the centre.

He made this known while speaking on Citi FM's Eyewitness News on Thursday, 3 July.

COVID-19: I visited registration center even though positive - Carlos Ahenkorah

Member of Parliament for the Tema West constituency, Carlos Ahenkorah Source: UGC
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“Yes, I have COVID-19, but on the first day of the registration, there was a problem at one of the centres. But knowing my status that I am asymptomatic, I visited only one centre to check on the issue," he said.

He further justified that when he got to the registration centre he did not get in the midst of the people and stood at a distance from the registration officer for clarification.

According to him, it was important for people like him to know their status because whether they liked it or not, they will go into the midst of people.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that deputy minister of trade and industry and member of parliament of Tema West constituency, Carlos Ahenkorah, refuted claims that he was on admission at the intensive care unit of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.

According to him, he went to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital upon referral by his doctor but insisted he was not on admission at the ICU.

He revealed that when he arrived at the intensive care unit, he met Sir John and NPP campaign manager, Peter Mac Manu.

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