Coronavirus is not a death sentence, don't be scared - Covid-19 survivor

Coronavirus is not a death sentence, don't be scared - Covid-19 survivor

- Oluwaseun Ayodeji Osowobi is using her Covid-19 survival story to break down stereotypes around the new virus

- The Nigerian survivor in a video asked people to put their minds at ease, that the disease is not a death sentence

- Oluwaseun also called on people without the virus to desist from stigmatising those who are positive

Oluwaseun Ayodeji Osowobi, a coronavirus survivor, has shared a powerful message on the disease in a short video by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control.

Recall that Legit.ng earlier reported when Oluwaseun recovered from the disease and narrated her tumultuous journey to triumph.

In the short clip, the Covid-19 survivor told people that being negative does not give them the right to stigmatise those that are positive for the virus.

She said that when she tested positive, it was quite a shock and she had to struggle to accept her reality.

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In the video also, she attempted to calm people of their anxieties.

In the video also, she attempted to calm people of their anxieties.
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Oluwaseun added that despite the fact there is so much information on how to protect oneself, nothing quite prepares one for the emotional hit when one's test comes back positive.

She assured anyone who is admitted at one the isolation centres for coronavirus that they are getting the best of care. She said that if she could survive, they too can.

Watch the video below:

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a lady with the Twitter handle @ambankss_ gave birth to a baby days after she announced that she defeated coronavirus during pregnancy.

Her story goes to show that despite how gloomy everything may be right now, humanity would always triumph.

In the picture she shared on Twitter on Friday, April 17, she revealed the name of the child to be Kysen Rashawn Wolfe, adding that he weighed 7lbs.

In other news, the general overseer of Living Faith Church Worldwide (aka Winners Chapel), David Oyedepo, has started the distribution of relief package to less privileged households in Ogun state on a weekly basis during the lockdown.

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The development was made known by Sheriff F. Folarin, the head of media and editorial board of the church, on Wednesday, April 22. Sheriff said that the distribution of the food items will keep going on for as long as the lockdown lasts.

“The initiative is targeted at the vulnerable and needy in the state, including members of the Winners’ Family," he said.

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