Ghanaians can't keep their cool as West Africa gets Ebola cases with confirmed deaths

Ghanaians can't keep their cool as West Africa gets Ebola cases with confirmed deaths

It has emerged that Guinea has confirmed seven cases of Ebola with three deaths so far in a new outbreak that has hit the West African country

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With this report came a rise in public opinions and views on what should be done to curb the situation, causing Ebola to trend number one on Twitter on the morning of Wednesday, February 17, 2021.

YEN.com.gh has monitored that trend and compiled some of the most interesting comments that have been shared by Ghanaians over the piece of uncomfortable news.

Ghanaians can't keep their cool as West Africa gets Ebola cases with confirmed deaths
Ghanaians can't keep their cool as West Africa gets Ebola cases with confirmed deaths Credit: Ghanaweb
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Ben Dinka Yandam suggests that President Nana Akufo-Addo has to take a cue from the former President John Dramani Mahama on how to tackle the situation.

@ShefLegacy prayed to Allah not to allow Ebola to do in 2021 what COVID-19 did in 2020 and went further to caution the Ghana Health Service.

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@KwameGy92496108 could not keep his cool after hearing the news and wondered what is going to happen with this new development

@_theshugar wondered whether Ebola sat in one corner and got jealous that another virus was being hyped all over the world

@PatrickPapy called on everyone to be careful but also live life.

@AmegborJibreel hilariously indicated that she is leaving for Mars because she does not know what the next outbreak is going to be.

Meanwhile, Leonardo DiCaprio who acted as Jack in the famous Titanic and also starred in a host of other movies has called on the Ghana government to make sure the Atewa Forest is kept safe.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Twitter handle of the world-renowned actor, it is indicated that the forest in Ghana is one of the earth's irreplaceable places keeping the planet alive.

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It serves as the home to more than 1,000 species of plants, 230 species of birds, 570 species of butterflies, and more than 50 species of mammals out of which most are endangered.

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