Liberian Ghanaian-born actor Van Vicker has donated huge anti-COVID-19 supplies to the Catholic Hospital and SDA Cooper Hospital respectively.
Liberia is currently experiencing a surge in the onslaught from Coronavirus, with the Delta variant ravishing the country.
Recently, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) declared Liberia’s COVID-19 spread at level-4.
Howbeit, the famous Ghanaian actor’s donation of anti-COVID-19 supplies included nose masks, sanitizers, soap and tissue.
Van Vicker’s mother is half-Liberian although he was born in Ghana and raised in different countries.
Van was born in Accra, Ghana on to a Ghanaian/ Liberian mother and a Dutch father, who passed on when Van was six years old. The actor has often cited in interviews that he considers himself a global citizen as he was raised all over the world by his mother.
Sharing posts on his verified Instagram handle Thursday, Van Vicker indicated that he always feels gratified for being able to help humanity.
Pictures taken Thursday depicting the famous Ghanaian actor’s gesture, also showed both the donor and recipients adhering to COVID-19 protocols by wearing nose masks and face shields.
“Humanitarian duties (Nose Masks, Tissue, Sanitizers and soap). Always supergratifying when giving some form of support. SDA Cooper Hospital, Sinkor, Monrovia, Liberia,” Van wrote on Instagram, while sharing photo of his donation at the SDA Cooper Hospital.
While also in a photo shared on Instagram, displaying his donated items at Catholic Hospital, Van wrote: “Humanitarian duties (Nose Masks, Tissue, Sanitizers and soap). Always supergratifying when giving some form of support. SDA Cooper Hospital, Sinkor, Monrovia, Liberia.”