Presidential staffer Charles Nii Teiko Tagoe has opened up on how he survived the new corona virus disease after he tested positive, calling on Ghanaians to stop stigmatization against of COVID-19 patients so as to help stop the spread.
Charles Nii Teiko Tagoe, known for being active in propagating achievements of the governing NPP and defending the party, revealed that he has now fully recovered after undergoing the unimaginable with the virus.
For him, Ghanaians have the power to slow and stop the spread and must say no to stigmatization.
According to him, being infected by COVID-19 was one of the trying moments in his life as a human being.
However, he never gave up the hope and that made him survive.
Sharing his story as a move to motivate and also end the stigma attached to the deadly disease, he said “
A couple of weeks ago, I tested positive for the COVID 19 virus. By God’s will and grace, I have survived and have fully recovered . It is unimaginable what one has to go through for the 14 days living with COVID.
I am sharing my journey with you with the hope that you will find it informative enough to help curb the spread. We have the power to slow and stop this virus. Whilst we are at it, let us say no to COVID stigmatization.
If the virus did not end my and livelihood, the stigma from members of community should not .
My name is #CharlesNiiTeikoTagoe and I say NO to stigmatization”.
President Goes Into Isolation
The President of Ghana elected to be in self-isolation after a member of his team tested positive for the deadly COVID-19. The President was away for 14 days which ended on Saturday.
While in self-isolation, the President worked from the Presidential Villa where he chaired the first virtual Cabinet Meeting.
COVID-19 Situation In Ghana
One more COVID-19 death has been recorded in the latest update provided by the Ghana Health Service.
488 new cases were also recorded jumping the country’s case count to 27,060 out of which 23,044 have recovered and have been discharged.
Ghana’s active cases are now 3,871.
Greater Accra Region continues to be the hottest belt for the deadly virus.
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