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Four Persons From Gbarpolu County Recover From COVID-19

Bopolu City – The 14 Military Hospital has discharged four persons who have recovered from COVID-19. The four recovered patients were part of seven people who were tested positive for the novel Coronavirus in the county.

Upon recovery, the four persons were transported back to the county on Monday, June 1, and reunited with their families and communities.

Several people turned out to witness their arrival at the Jallah Lone Hospital and later celebrated at the recovered people homes.

County Health Officer, Dr. Musa Zuanah said, “these people were sick and we sent them to town for care and they were taken care of and now they are well and back. So, please accept them, eat with them and they will share their story.’

“This means that this Coronavirus disease is not a death sentence,” added Secretary of the civil society organizations in the county, Alfred B. Scott.

Mr. Scott praised the health workers and at the same time urged everyone to keep following health regulations to enhance the fight against the pandemic.

Henry B. Gboluma, Jr. is a journalist, social worker and advocate. He's dedicated to reporting issues that affect rural communities. Gboluma is the Deputy Manager for Administration and Public Affairs at the Voice of Gbarpolu in Bopolu. In 2018 and 2019, Gboluma was awarded Journalist of Year in Gbarpolu County for his commitment to empowering communities through development reporting. He holds a Diploma in Broadcast Journalism and has obtained couple of certificates in Management, Humanitarian Communications, Health Journalism and Environment and Occupational Health. Henry is also a student of A.M.E. Zion University College.

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