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Coronavirus: Ogun discharges 2 more patients

Two more patients have recovered from the coronavirus disease in Ogun state and have been discharged, the Ogun State Ministry of Health has announced.

The ministry gave the update on its Twitter page saying the discharged persons, who have joined their families, tested negative twice to the coronavirus disease, bringing the total number of discharged cases to 99.

The ministry also announced that 23 new cases have been confirmed in the state.

“The NCDC on 23rd May 2020 announced that 23 new COVID-19 cases had been confirmed in Ogun State. This brings to total, 219 confirmed cases in the State so far.”

“However, in addition to the earlier discharged cases, 2 more cases have been discharged to join their families after twice testing negative to the virus, bringing the total number of discharged cases to 99.”

“This leaves 114 active cases in the State as at the time of filing this report, as the State has so far recorded a total of 6 related deaths without any occurring in the last one week.”

“The general public should please continue to follow measures rolled out by medical experts.”

Details of Infection:

According to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), Nigeria currently has 7839 confirmed cases of coronavirus with 2263  persons discharged and 226 deaths.

As Nigeria grapples with containing the spread of the disease, the number of confirmed cases has continued, Lagos tops the chart with 3505 cases, followed by Kano – 896, FCT – 505, Katsina – 308, Borno – 250, Jigawa – 241, Oyo – 240, Bauchi – 232, Ogun – 231, Edo – 191, Kaduna – 189, Gombe – 145, Rivers – 116, Sokoto – 116, Plateau – 83, Kwara – 79 and  Zamfara – 76.

Others:  Yobe – 47, Nasarawa – 46, Osun – 42, Delta – 39, Ebonyi – 33, Kebbi – 32, Niger – 28, Adamawa – 27, Akwa Ibom – 24, Ondo – 23, Ekiti – 20, Taraba – 18, Enugu – 18 Bayelsa – 11 Imo – 7, Abia – 7, Anambra – 9, and Benue – 5.

Enugu – 18, Taraba – 18, Anambra and Bayelsa -8, Ebonyi – 9, Abia and Imo – 7 and Benue five cases.

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