Kem Senou Pavel Daryl, a 21-year-old Cameroonian student living in Jingzhou city, before being infected with the corona virus, did not plan to leave China, even if that was possible.
“Whatever happens I do not want to send a disease to Africa,” he said in his living room at the Central Hospital, where he has been isolated for 14 days. She was suffering from high fever, coughing poorly and showing flu symptoms.
When he was ill he recalled how he contracted malaria as a child in Cameroon. She feared for her life.
“When I went to the hospital for the first time I was thinking about death and how it might happen to me,” he said. For 13 days he was isolated in a hospital in China.
She was treated with antibiotics and medication to treat patients with HIV, HIV. After two weeks of observation she began to show signs of recovery.
A medical CT scan showed no signs of illness. He was the first African-born person to survive after being infected with the corona virus.
China supported his treatment. Egypt is the first African country to confirm a case of corona virus infection.
Health experts have warned that countries with poor medical systems may face the challenge of dealing with the virus outbreak, which has caused more than 1,600 deaths and more than 68,000 infections in most of them, China.
“I do not want to go home before completing my studies.
I think there is no need to return home because all hospital costs are administered by the Chinese government,” said Mr Senoua.