Inter Milan star Kwadwo Asamoah has warned Ghanaian to follows the necessary precautionary steps to curb the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
Ghana has seen the number of cases grow from 25 to 68 within just 48 hours and the player who plies his traded in the most affected country in Europe, Italy, says the virus is no respecter of human and Ghanaians should take precautions to avoid the spread.
“The threat of the Coronavirus is real and it is no respecter of persons. I urge all Ghanaians to follow rules and regulations and I want them to listen to the President and our doctors," he told Citi FM Sports.
"Wash your hands often and use the sanitisers. Avoid touching your face and avoid crowded places. Let us avoid handshakes, kisses and hugs.
"I know this is tough for us as Ghanaians since we respect handshakes a lot. However, this is a difficult time and we need to understand these measures and stay safe.
Ghana has banned all social gatherings and sporting events that has more than 25 members. The country is also encouraging people to stay home to curtail the situation at hand.