COVID-19: Cape Tech student seen in class wearing nose masks as he advises his mates [Photos]


A Cape Coast Technical Institute (Cape Tech) student has taken to Facebook to share with the world photos of himself in class as he advises his fellow mates on the symptoms of the deadly acute respiratory syndrome disease as he is seen wearing preventive Coronavirus (COVID-19) nose masks.

SHSTRENDZ.COM sighted the photos below in a group on a Facebook informing group members his plight to helping Ghana, Africa and the World to curb the disease through his educative efforts.

Below are the photos;

In the previous news, Joy News’ Fred Smith, who reported the story on Newsfile Saturday said: “Ghana could be recording its third case of coronavirus today.”

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According to him, the person works at the Obuasi mines and was tested at a facility in Kumasi which turned positive.

The person arrived at Kotoka International Airport (KIA) two days ago and flew by helicopter to Obuasi, according to Fred Smith.

Ghana on Thursday reported that two persons have tested positive for the virus which started from Wuhan, China.

Meanwhile, the government has announced $100 million to fight the virus which has been declared by the World Health Organization as a pandemic.

Globally, the virus has affected over 140,000 people following which 5,436 have died while 72,550 have recovered.