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We Have Discharged 123 COVID-19 Patients – Lagos Govt

A photograph of beds at one of many isolation centres in Lagos. Picture: [email protected]

 

 

A complete of 123 individuals who examined constructive for coronavirus (COVID-19) have absolutely recovered within the Lagos State.

The State Ministry of Well being disclosed this on Saturday in its state of affairs report on the illness.

In a tweet on its verified Twitter deal with, the ministry revealed that six extra sufferers have recovered from the illness after testing unfavorable twice to COVID-19.

In accordance with the ministry, the newly recovered sufferers comprise three females and three males.

It acknowledged that they have been discharged to reunite with the society after receiving therapy on the isolation facility of the Lagos College Educating Hospital (LUTH).

“The number of patients successfully managed and discharged in Lagos now 123,” the tweet learn.

The ministry tweeted hours earlier than the Nigeria Centre for Illness Management (NCDC) confirmed 87 new instances of COVID-19 within the nation.

In a late-night tweet, the NCDC mentioned 33 new infections have been reported in Lagos whereas Borno recorded 18 extra instances.

Different states have been Osun – 12, Katsina – 9, Kano – 4, Ekiti – 4, Edo – three, Bauchi – three, and Imo – one.

As of 11:55pm on April 25, Nigeria has a complete of 1,182 confirmed instances of coronavirus with 222 sufferers discharged and 35 deaths.

See the tweets from the Lagos State Ministry of Well being and the NCDC beneath:

#COVID19Lagos Replace
Breaking!
*️⃣6 extra #COVID19Lagos sufferers; Three females & Three males have been right this moment discharged from the @LUTHofficial Isolation facility to reunite with the society
*️⃣The variety of sufferers efficiently managed and discharged in Lagos now 123@jidesanwoolu@followlasg pic.twitter.com/TxTiAAGopv

— LSMOH (@LSMOH) April 25, 2020

As at 11:55pm 25th April

Lagos-689
FCT-138
Kano-77
Ogun-35
Osun-32
Gombe-30
Katsina-30
Borno-30
Edo-22
Oyo-18
Kwara-11
Akwa Ibom-11
Bauchi-11
Kaduna-10
Ekiti-Eight
Ondo-Four
Delta-6
Rivers-Three
Jigawa-2
Enugu-2
Niger-2
Abia-2
Zamfara-2
Sokoto-2
Benue-1
Anambra-1
Adamawa-1
Plateau-1
Imo-1

— NCDC (@NCDCgov) April 25, 2020

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