All seven Covid-19 patients being attended to at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, have been treated and discharged.
According to Chief executive Officer of the country’s premier health facility, Daniel Asare, the discharged patients, seven in all, included a nurse, an orderly, a doctor and a security officer.
Celebrating the successful recovery of the first set of ALL patients from #covid19 at the @KBTH_GH covid-19 treatment center!— Kobby Blay (@kobbyblay) May 3, 2020
All patients with mild symptoms; incl. one who was critically ill discharged feeling stronger & fearless.#BeatCOVID19GH @benkoku@ameyaw112 pic.twitter.com/PIVkTo57DH
“The patients were impressed with the level of care and the contributions of the multidisciplinary team that the hospital has assembled and tasked with the treatment of the patients,” Mr. Asare noted in a statement issued on Monday, May 5, 2020.
The discharged patients, he indicated, “were urged to be ambassadors in the campaign to dispel stigma around Covid-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.