The wife and two offspring of the medical Doctor who died of the COVID-19 virus in Katsina state, Daura precisely have all tested positive for CoronaVirus. The late Dr Aliyu Yakubu, had earlier travelled to Lagos in which he returned, fell ill to the COVID-19 virus and lost his life in the process. He was admitted at the Nigeria Air Force Reference Hospital, Daura where he died on Saturday, April 4. “Samples of about 23 people were taken to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control; three tested positive for COVID-19,” Governor Aminu Masari told journalists in Katsina state. He said said the wife and two children had been moved to isolation center namely the Federal Medical Centre, Katsina. For treatment.
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.
The world health organization has finally debunked the doubts we have all had about the 5G network. As you have been miss informed before that the COVID-19 virus is being spread by the 5G network. According to WHO, viruses cannot travel on radio waves or mobile networks, saying COVID-19 is a respiratory disease. The COVID-19 virus can only be spread through respiratory droplets when an infected person sneezes, coughs or speaks. “People can also be infected by touching a contaminated surface and then their eyes, mouth or nose,” it said. They also noted that the COVID-19 is spreading in countries ghat they don't have 5G mobile networks. They also added that persons infected with the virus can recover, most of the people infected fights off the virus overtime. “Most COVID-19 infect
The daily hazard allowance of Doctors has been increased to N50,000, even with the 600,000 residents they plan to accommodate. At a news conference in Abuja, FCT Minister, Malam Muhammad Musa Bello, disclosed that they have put in measures to ensure that the residents based in the federal capital territory comply with the stay at home order by adding more security agents and soldiers to make sure that no unwanted travellers can intrude the FCT. He further disclosed that about 600,000 beds have been added to the isolation center, that patients previously admited are awaiting their second result to come back negative so they could be discharged. “In the coming days, more people maybe discharged from the isolation centres if their results turn out to be negative. We are doing everything
According to reports on thursday by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, the Lassa fever outbreak in Nigeria has caused 188 deaths in country, since the beginning of the year. Although the number of new cases reduced from 19 to 12 in week 13, Nigeria is now battling two deadly diseases which is the COVID-19 and the Lassa fever. While the COVID-19 is a new global disease, Nigeria has been battling the Lassa fever for more than 50 years. The NCDC, on Thursday, revealed since the beginning of 2020 Lassa fever outbreak, the country has recorded 963 confirmed cases and 188 deaths.
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
Bauchi state governor has recovered fully from the COVID-19 virus. It was recalled that he tested positive after he made contact with former president Atiku Abubakars son. The governor posted on his Twitter handle that, his second test results just came in negative while appreciating those who supported him with prayers during the period. He also appreciated the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) as well as religious leaders within and outside the state. He wrote, “Alhamdulillah. I just received the green light. My second test for #COVID19 returned negative. I thank you all for your prayers & support even while I was in isolation. Most importantly, all the praises & thanks be to Allah – the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful. #GreaterBauchi “My gratitude also goes to
According to the directive of Governor Nyesom Wike, which was for all the Caverton helicopters should close, the company's office in Rivers has shutdown. The sealing of the office was carried out by the Chairman of Obio-Akpor Local Government Council, Solomon Abel Eke, on Thursday. Dagogo Isaac, the Media Aide to Solomon Eke, the Chairman of Obio-Akpor local Council posted pictures of the closure order by the Council Chairman. According to Wike, “We shall not welcome businesses or companies that value their business activities or profit more than or in clear disregard of the lives and health of our people.
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