The country has recorded a remarkable recovery in its fight to curb the spread of the deadly COVID-19.
With confirmed cases in the country currently standing at 68 including 3 deaths, some gave up the fight and predicted gloom in the coming days.
But in what can be described as refreshing news, a Chinese man who tested positive for the virus, is said to have made a full recovery after spending weeks seeking treatment at the Atonsu Agogo Hospital in the Ashanti region.
The Chinese, who was one of the country’s first cases before the surge, was quarantined at the said facility after showing symptoms of the disease.
News emerging from the Hospital, however, indicate that further tests came in negative culminating in doctors giving him a clean bill of health.
He is said to have walked out of the facility this afternoon unaided, following his discharge by doctors.
This news is expected to put smiles on the faces of Ghanaians after health officials, this morning confirmed 15 additional cases of the virus, which shot the country’s figures to 68 cases including three deaths in just a matter of two weeks.
The casualties; two Ghanaian women and a Lebanese man were said to have been diagnosed with other underlying health conditions.