A file picture of Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde.
The Oyo State authorities says a complete of 5 individuals contaminated with coronavirus (COVID-19) have been discharged within the state.
This was revealed within the newest replace of the Oyo State COVID-19 Process Pressure despatched to Channels Tv on Friday.
Because the outbreak of the illness in Nigeria, the federal government famous that the state has recorded 11 infections thus far – together with the state governor, Seyi Makinde, and a few high authorities officers.
It defined that solely six circumstances had been lively whereas the variety of those that have recovered from the illness rose from two on Thursday.
The federal government stated three different individuals who had examined constructive for coronavirus had been discharged after the results of their second checks got here out damaging.
it urged the individuals of the state to proceed to adjust to the measures put in place to include the unfold of the illness.
Learn the total replace from the federal government beneath:
Yesterday (Thursday), three confirmed COVID-19 sufferers had been discharged after receiving their second damaging check outcomes.
This brings the variety of discharged circumstances in Oyo State to 5. So, there are at the moment six lively circumstances.
All beforehand introduced measures to forestall, include and management the unfold of COVID-19 in Oyo State, stay in place.
These embody the nightfall to daybreak curfew (7 PM to six AM); no gatherings of greater than ten individuals to be held wherever within the state and the closure of all markets besides these promoting perishable meals gadgets.
Additionally, inter-state transportation into and out of the state stays suspended besides automobiles carrying meals gadgets, medical, pharmaceutical and petroleum merchandise.
Please, preserve following the directives of the Oyo State COVID-19 Process Pressure. Wash your fingers with cleaning soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer, recurrently. Additionally, proceed to keep up social distancing.