KOKO Magazine is reacting to the coronavirus pandemic with a special issue, featuring, for the first time in the history of the magazine, a pandemic-themed cover.
The Coronavirus is like any other pandemic that we have ever witnessed in our generation. With over 200,000 deaths globally, governments, culture and life has we know is changing. With national lockdowns and social distancing in place in most countries, the effects of Covid-19 has been massive. These are extraordinary times. If anything, recent events have served to highlight what we truly value in life and society.
While many of us are isolating at home, looking after our families and flicking incessantly through KOKO TV for updates, wondering how we’re going to get through this period of lockdown, there is an army of health workers and celebrities who are helping the poor and leading the fight against this pandemic. Leading this fight is our cover star, the philanthropic kind-hearted designer, Toyin Lawani.
In our latest issue, we also wanted to take the opportunity to acknowledge and show gratitude to the blacks health workers around the world. It’s our nod of appreciation to the people who work tirelessly day in, day out to keep everyone safe and healthy.
To be passive is to consent to the status quo, so inside the special issue of the KOKO magazine, we provide you with all you need to know about Coronavirus, the symptoms and how to stay safe. We also tackle the issue of 5G Technology, The 5G Technology and Coronavirus Conspiracies and your Health.
Stay Safe And Well.