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Presidential staffer after recovery from Covid-19 shares his cautious yet touching message


The Presidential staffer, Charles Nii Teiko Tagoe after recovery from COVID has shared a very cautious yet touching message with the general public on social media.

On Mr Tagoe’s Facebook post of July 18, 2020 sighted by, shared his horrifying experience, he said, it is unimaginable what one has to go through for the 14 days living with COVID.

According to the staffer, he is sharing his journey with the general public with the hope that, the public will find it informative enough to help curb the spread, adding that, we have the power to slow and stop this virus.

Mr. Tagoe further stressed that, If the virus did not end his livelihood, the stigma from members of community should not.

He advised Ghanaians to abstain from shaming patients to aid the country’s bid towards curbing the spread of the novel coronavirus.

“Whilst we are at it, let us say no to COVID stigmatisation.” He further advised.
Iddrisu Muftaw



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