Wednesday, 15 April 2020
JUST IN: Lagos Discharges 16 COVID-19 Patients
The Governor made the announcement on his Twitter account on Wednesday.
He wrote; “Good people of Lagos, I have more great news from our isolation facilities. 16 persons; 14 males and 2 females including 3 foreigners – 1 British, 1 Chinese and 1 Polish citizen have been discharged to join the society. “As our front line health workers record successes in the battle against #COVID19, we are duty bound as citizens to break the chain of transmission of the infection by staying safe at home, practicing social distancing and adopting the highest possible personal hygiene.” “We will continue to do our best as Government to cushion the effect of this lockdown by re-energizing our welfare package. Please keep faith with us as we work to win this battle together.” “Thank you for your continued perseverance and patience.” This brings the number of patients successfully managed and discharged from the Lagos facilities to 85.
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