Consume natural foods, fruits to fight coronavirus – Group



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The President and Founder for Save the Nation for Future Leaders, Kwadwo Atta Apeakorang, says government has instilled fear and Panic into the public by closing Schools, Churches, and all public social gatherings.

According to him, the only solution to eliminate the coronavirus is by taking-in our own natural foods, drinks and herbal plants as our medicine.

He noted that there are numerous diseases in Ghana and that every region has peculiar diseases that affect them.

“The Northern part of Ghana normally infected by Elephantisis, Costal parts also infected by Obesity and vice versa… Save The Nation For Future Leaders has the vaccines that can cure Coronavirus,” he added.

The official Ghana Health Service website dedicated to providing updates on the coronavirus pandemic has announced that 2 new cases have been confirmed bringing the number to 11.

The two cases were recorded in the Ashanti Region.

The first is a 59-year-old Ghanaian woman, resident in the United Kingdom who recently returned to Ghana and currently living in Kumasi, reported to a private hospital with the history of fever (temp of 39.1 ℃), general malaise, cough and runny nose.

Her condition was suspected to be COVID-19. Sample was subsequently collected and sent to KCCR and the report was received this early morning as positive for COVID-19.

The second case is a 61-year-old Lebanese male trader and resident in Kumasi. He felt unwell and reported to a health facility with fever (temp 39.4 ℃), and cough. The sample tested positive for COVID-19.

Both case patients are being managed in isolation and responding to treatment.

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has announced that all public gatherings, including conferences, workshops, funerals, festivals, political rallies, sporting events and religious activities, such as services in churches and mosques, are to be suspended for the next four (4) weeks.

Ghana | Atinkaonline.com