Ghana’s Health Minister, Kwaku Agyeman is currently in isolation after testing positive to the coronavirus.
The President, Nana Akufo-Addo has wished Health Minister Manu a speedy recovery.
The president disclosed in a televised address on Monday that Mr Manu, 64, is being treated at a hospital and is in a stable condition.
The President described the minister as a hardworking man who caught the virus in the line of duty.
The country has 12,193 confirmed cases of the virus with 58 deaths as at June 17.
Let’s wish our hard working Health Minister, Kwaku Agyeman Manu a speedy recovery from the virus which he contracted in the line of duty – President Akufo-Addo.#BeyondTheLockdown pic.twitter.com/n3ueGzTKF5
— JoyNews (@JOYNEWSONTV) June 14, 2020
Coping With Wearing face mask Compulsorily:
Recently, the Ghanaian government made the wearing of face masks in public compulsory.
This is to curb the spread of the coronavirus as lockdown was eased in the West African nation.
Ghanaian police hit the streets to enforce the rule.
But some Ghanaian seem to like wearing of face masks because it helps reduce the spread but others complain of how uncomfortable it is to wear mask often.