The Ghanaian Times advises Ghanaians not to be complacent by the fact that Africa, and for that matter Ghana, did not suffer severe health impact of the coronavirus as projected by global health experts. This is because no scientific basis has been established for the low infection rate. We should be guided by the fact that Canada, for instance, which was down to low double digits in its daily new infections at one point, now records about 3,000 new infections per day. At the onset of the pandemic, the mantra was “Spread calm, not fear”, but it appears that we have become too calm to the extent that we have forgotten how fearful the virus really is. We should fear the second wave and embrace the protocols for our own safety.