Reports from Oyo state revealed that 3 more Coronavirus/COVID-19 Patients were discharged from the state Isolation Centre after they tasted negative for two consecutive tests. Governor of the state, Seyi Makinde revealed this via his twitter handle and said that the Patients were discharged on Thursday. There are total of 6 Coronavirus/COVID-19 Patients in the state. Despite this development, the governor of the state revealed that social distancing should continue to be observed and and interstate travel are still banned except food items and essential goods.
Lagos state governor, Babajide Sonwo Olu has revealed that 7 more Coronavirus/COVID-19 Patients have been discharged today. The governor disclosed this via his twitter handle were he said 3 of the discharged patients are females while 4 are males. This bring the total number of discharged Coronavirus/COVID-19 Patients to 46 in the state. The governor called on the people of the state to continue to observe social distancing.
Reports from Nigerian Centre for Disease Control, NCDC has confirmed 14 new Coronavirus/COVID-19 cases in Nigeria. 13 of the new cases are from Lagos and 1 Fron Delta. There are total 288 cases and 51 discharged and 7 death. https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1248347669770244100?s=19
Lagos state Governor, Babajide Sonwo Olu has revealed that 7 more Coronavirus/COVID-19 Patients have been discharged from the state Isolation Centre. The Governor added that all the discharged Patients tested Negative twice before being cleared. Among the discharged were a female and 6 Males. 3 of the males are foreigners, 2 Ukrainians and 1 Italian. The total number of discharged Coronavirus/COVID-19 Patients in the state stands at 39. The governor also said thay soon The state will start administering electronic questionnaires where the state Agents will be going house to house to ask questions about Coronavirus/COVID-19 symptoms related questions, he asked for cooperation of the state's citizens and that they should endeavour to
Reports from Nigerian Centre for Disease Control, NCDC revealed that fresh 22 Coronavirus/COVID-19 cases have been recorded. 15 of the Cases are from Lagos and 4 from Abuja, 2 in Bauchi and 1 in Edo. The total Number of Coronavirus/COVID-19 cases in Nigeria stands at 276 out of which 44 were discharged and 6 are dead. https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1247977885228564482?s=19
Reports from Lagos confirmed that a 66 year old Briton died of Coronavirus/COVID-19 in the state. The state Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi made this known via his twitter handle where he said the deceased traveled from India Via Dubai to Lagos on 17th March 2020. Total Number of recorded Coronavirus/COVID-19 cases in Lagos stands at 3. https://twitter.com/ProfAkinAbayomi/status/1247818844812587008?s=19
Nigerian Centre for Disease Control, NCDC revealed that another 16 Coronavirus/COVID-19 cases have been recorded Nigeria. 10 of the New cases are from Lagos, 2 from Abuja and 2 from Oyo, 1 from Delta and 1 from Katsina. This brought the total number recorded cases in Nigeria to 254, 44 discharged amd 6 deaths https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1247622996002471943?s=19
Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sonwo Olu has revealed that another Coronavirus/COVID-19 Patient, a woman, has been discharged from Yaba Facility after testing Negative to the Virus. The governor disclosed this via his Twitter handle, he gave hope that more good news are on the way. The total discharged Coronavirus/COVID-19 in Lagos are now 32 https://twitter.com/jidesanwoolu/status/1247517181967060992?s=19
The Nigerian Centre for Disease Control has revealed that 6 more Coronavirus/COVID-19 cases have been recorded in the country. 2 of the cases are from Kwara, 2 From Edo, 1 from FCT, and 1 from Rivers state. The total recorded cases are now 238, with 35 discharged and 5 deaths https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1247260424401227780?s=19
Lagos State has said that 2 Coronavirus/COVID-19 Patients tested Negative for the 2 consecutive tests carried out on them and were therefore discharged from the Isolation Centre. This was disclosed the the state governor, Babajide Sonwo Olu via his verified twitter handle. He added that the two discharged patients are women and that the total discharged in the state are 31. He thanked the state's Health workers for their sacrifices. https://twitter.com/jidesanwoolu/status/1247201430261379075?s=19