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First COVID-19 Patient in Oyo State Discharged

First COVID-19 Patient in Oyo State Discharged

The Oyo State Government has reported the recuperation of the record COVID-19 case in the state.

This came minutes after the state governor, Seyi Makinde, tested positive to the disease. “The updates on Makinde’s certain test went ahead of the impact points of the arrival of the state’s record case from the COVID-19 detachment community,” Taiwo Adisa, the main press secretary of Mr. Makinde, wrote in a press articulation gave on Monday evening.
. “The arrival of the patient was subsequent upon the fulfillment of his treatment at the Agbami Chest Hospital detachment focus, Ibadan. “The American returnee had at first tested negative just for the subsequent test to understand positive. “The list case had been on self-confinement at a private habitation in Ibadan until he was moved to the disengagement place at Agbami, Jericho zone of Ibadan on March 23.” The file case was discharged after two sequential negative tests, the announcement included.

The announcement likewise cited the state’s occurrence director, Taiwo Ladipo, as saying that the affirmed case went through six days in the detachment place and had two negative tests. “He is well and entirely steady and is currently back to his home. The irresistible infection master will audit him for follow up activity,” the authority apparently said.

In the interim, Mr. Adisa uncovered where the governor may have gotten the coronavirus.

He expressed that the governor went to a gathering of the National Economic Council held two weeks back. “It would be reviewed that Governor Makinde was one of the governors who went to the National Economic Council (NEC) meeting in Abuja, penultimate week, where he met with various associates. “The Nigerian Governor’s Forum (NGF) had after the gathering exhorted its individuals who went to the Abuja meeting to go into self-separation or experience COVID-19 tests,” he included.

As indicated by legitimate information as at the hour of documenting this report, Nigeria has an aggregate of 131 COVID-19 cases and two passings. Of the 131 cases, Oyo has eight.

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