Italy-based Kwadwo Asamoah has expressed concerns about the growing nature of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Inter-Milan left-back is worried about the continuous spread of the disease in the country.
Italy is one of the most affected countries having recorded a massive rise in death cases since the outbreak of the virus.
The European country have since deployed several measures to curb the pandemic but to no avail forcing the country to go under lockdown.
Asamoah is disturbed about the situation in the country.
“The situation in Italy has now worsened and I will say that it is not good. I am fine but the conditions here are very bad. For now we cannot go nowhere,” he told Peace FM.
“All training has been cancelled and everything has been closed here in Milan. It has not been easy. We didn’t take this seriously at first. People continued to carry out their daily activities and that is why the virus spread so quickly.”
“So far no Inter players have contracted the disease. It is worrying to know that some players have contracted the virus, especially players at Juventus because they are the last team we played against before the break. Today even when you have a normal cough you get scared and you think you have the virus.”
“I advise the Ghanaians to take this virus seriously. At this point they should refrain from social gatherings. It is not easy and they should follow the instructions provided by doctors and government officials.”
Unlike Italy, Ghana have only recorded three death cases out of the 68 toll so far in the country.