Three years on: Five interesting videos to remember COVID-19 pandemic

Three years after Ghana confirmed its first two cases of COVID-19, we look back at five interesting videos that put smiles on faces despite the gloomy situation

The Ministry of Health on 13 March 2020 confirmed the first two cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Ghana.

The individuals had returned to Ghana from Norway and Turkey, the nation was informed then.

Subsequently, President Nana Akufo-Addo on 27 March, the same year, declared a partial lockdown in Accra and Greater Kumasi effective 30 March.

The lockdown in Accra, Tema and Kumasi was aimed at containing the spread of COVID-19, which led to four deaths and infected some 137 people at the initial stages.

Three years on, we look back at five interesting videos that put smiles on faces despite the gloomy situation:

  1. Comedian Clemento Suarez gives a rendition of A-Z acronym for the coronavirus pandemic


2. Police officer confronts a Chinese man for flouting lockdown rules 



3. Disagreement over wearing of face mask



4. The anti-vaxxers?


5. Check out the scream of the pandemic

Reporting by Fred Dzakpata in Accra

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