Due to the continuous rise of the pandemic across the world, a lot of businesses and activities has come to a halt but this has not been exactly the case for health workers worldwide.
The defender posted on his Twitter account.
“As we take all the precautionary measures in order to be safe in our homes, let’s not forget to say a prayer especially for our health care workers.
“No panic but rather let’s be courageous and wise. We’ve always needed each other but in times like this, we need each other more”.
The virus also referred to as COVID-19 has reportedly infected 174,000 people, claiming over 6000 lives across the globe.
Ghana has not been left out of this pandemic as the West African country has recorded six confirmed cases so far amid suspended sporting activities, schools and other social gatherings.