Coronavirus Cases In Ghana Could Get Worse - Alfred Duncan
Ghana and Fiorentina midfielder, Alfred Duncan says Ghana's case of the coronavirus pandemic could get worse if precautionary measures are not observed.
Ghana has so far recorded 566 cases of Covid-19, killing eight people.
The situation has led to the suspension of social gathering as part of the directives to fight the pandemic.
"Knowing that [Dusan] Vlahovic, [German] Pezzella and [Patrick] Cutrone were positive made me afraid," Duncan told Il Corriere Fiorentino.
"In Ghana, the situation seems to be under control, but if the contagion were to explode it would have a devastating effect.
"I am anxious. Nothing will be like before.
"Fiorentina? Many young people dream of playing in Florence, how nice to find [Giuseppe] Lachini again. I'm here to grow up."
Around the world, Covid-19 has so far infected 1,888,976 persons while 117,586 deaths have been registered.
Both the national leagues in Italy and Ghana have been temporarily suspended.
Duncan joined Fiorentina from Sassuolo on loan in January.