COVID-19: Ghanaian Student In China Shares Experience After Pandemic


A Ghanaian student at Wuhan University, Elder Charles Ampofo has given a clue of how the daily rooting of citizens before the coronavirus pandemic in Wuhan has changed to.

According to the Ghanaian China-based student, the only avenue that gives them the advantage to step out is a mandatory medical report clearing them of the virus as part of measures to stop a recurrence.

On Accra-based Asempa Fm’s popular Ekosii sen program with host Osei Bonsu as monitored by, Elder Charles revealed that he has not been able to go out since the 76 days lockdown was lifted.

According to him, authorities of Wuhan University can only give students on the campus clearance to step outside the campus.


“The school allows only 30 people to go out at a time. You can’t go out with a medical report clearing you of the virus. It’s not easy,” he said.

In his narration, he posited that in spite of the official lifting of the ban on Wuhan residents, it’s now cumbersome to travel to any other city in China.

Meanwhile, Ghana has once again recorded new deaths as a result of the deadly Coronavirus.

The number of new deaths recorded is 5 which has taken the death toll in Ghana to 16.

As we speak, the number of cases in Ghana is 1671 with the Greater Accra region being the epicenter with 1433 cases.