Coronavirus: I initially thought Ghanaian media was exaggerating – Lydia Forson

Lydia Forson
Lydia Forson

Many personalities who did not believe the gravity of the novel coronavirus are waking up to face reality.

A number of them had said the media was exaggerating the virus that was first discovered in China.

The lastest to make such a confession is popular Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson.

She was one of the people who thought the Ghanaian media was blowing the effect of the coronavirus out of proportion.

In a tweet, Lydia Forson admitted that she was wrong and the virus is destroying lives.

“To be honest when #coronavirus started I really wasn’t that worried. I was part of the people who thought the media was blowing it out of proportion(still do a little). I only started to worry when I realized that our health facilities couldn’t handle an influx of patients”.

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Ghana currently stands at 132 as at March 26.

Three people have lost their lives after contracting the deadly virus.

Ghana recorded an overwhelming number of cases, 64, just on the morning of March 26.

Eugene Nyavor

Written by Eugene Nyavor

Eugene Nyavor is the Founding Editor at Gh Links. A well bred journalist with a flair for entertainment, society and arts, He loves covering events and reporting personalities for the public consumption.

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