Sandra Frimpong , popularly known as Maame Broni has advised the public against flouting the Covid 19 protocols.
The Former Broadcaster believes this will help in containing the viral disease which has seen some sharp increase coupled with death in the country.
Maame Broni recovered from COVID 19 after going through some horrid experience in the past few days..
She has expressed joy for being able to do basic stuffs like walking without help and being able to talk for ten minutes continuously which previously seems like a luxury.
Maame Broni wrote on her facebook wall “The joy in my heart that I am able to eat and not throw up today, that I didn’t and haven’t pee on myself today hence I am not wearing a pad nor panty mpo, that I can talk for 10 mins continuous today,
She added “ that I can walk without help, that although I am still coughing but with less pain and that I can afford Laughter; a basic need that became a Luxury. COVID!!!! I have survived. I shall tell my story soonest. I can only thank Yaweh. Nipa y3 d3 nso y3nnwe ne nam. Covid is real guys and it indeed is painful. You may suffer to beat it. Mask up!
At least three more persons have died of COVID-19 taking Ghana’s death toll to 568, health officials announced on Thursday .
The country’s active cases now stand at 7,773 after 418 new coronavirus cases were confirmed at the laboratories.
As at 15 February 2021, the Ghana Health Service (GHS) reports that the country’s total confirmed cases increased to 78,689 out of which 70,348 have recovered.
So far, 92 persons are in severe condition while 28 remain critical, according to GHS. Cases detected at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) are 1,191 with 992 recoveries.
Breakdown of regional cases:
Greater Accra Region – 45,616
Ashanti Region – 13,890
Western Region – 4,595
Eastern Region – 3,454
Central Region – 2,736
Volta Region – 1,458
Bono East Region – 972
Upper East Region – 896
Northern Region – 877
Bono Region – 865
Western North Region – 773
Ahafo Region – 645
Upper West Region – 328
Oti Region – 260
Savannah Region – 72
North East Region – 61