Kwaku Agyeman Manu, Ghana’s Health Minister, is said to be recovering at the University of Ghana Medical Centre (UGMC) after testing positive for the coronavirus.
The 64-year-old Minister who was admitted on Tuesday, is said to be in a stable condition.
According to the Health Ministry, Mr Agyeman Manu has taken some days off.
The Health Minister at one of the routine press conferences to update the nation on government’s activities in fighting the virus, urged Ghanaians to learn to live with the coronavirus because it has come to stay, according to MyJoyonlinenew.
He spoke on the need for strict adherence to the World Health Organisation (WHO) protocols because that is the means of survival.
“There is no medication that we can take, there is no vaccine against the virus but there are certain things we know we can do to protect ourselves,” he told journalists at a press conference in Accra.”
More than 11,000 patients have been diagnosed with the virus in Ghana, with the death toll at 48.