A 35-year-old Ghanaian male who returned to Ghana from France after testing positive for the coronavirus has finally spoken.
According to the interview granted by Myjoyonline, he was sent on an official assignment in France and upon his return he decided to test for the virus of which it turned out to be positive.
He disclosed that he is stronger and fit than some people who might not have the virus as it stands and doesn’t exhibit any symptoms.
The man is referred to as case 7 since he was the seventh person to be tested positive. He pointed out that he doesn’t sneeze, has no cough, no rise in temperature as well as no sign of fever.
In the interview he stated that life hasn’t been the same although he feels fine, adding that life in isolation is like being in prison.
He said being in isolation is a “special prison” because the doors are locked outside and “your rights are taken away from you.”
He admitted that the medical staff who attend to the patients are very supportive which is a good thing for the patients.
He added that majority of his friends and family have called to show him love and he only hopes to join them soon in good health.