Coronavirus: Three new people tested positive in Nigeria

Three new people tested positive in Nigeria are now a carrier of the pandemic outbreak which is Coronavirus.

Three new people tested positive in Nigeria

Coronavirus is causing more harm in Nigeria which begin to occur in multiple times in the country.

Firstly, the Italian man who is the index case of Coronavirus is now discharge meaning he is now negative.

Although there were many cases of people that test positive to have travel to high countries where this virus is high.

In addition, the ministry of health is working hard to ensure that all Nigerians are save from this virus.

The virus gets people frustrate in diaspora as many people wants to get back home.

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Also, the international airports in Nigeria will shut tomorrow just to prevent the spread of Coronavirus in Nigeria.

Following the statement with the ministry in charge of aviation.

It says the closure of all international airports help in securing the lives of Nigerians.

And many news has been going whether the ban affects all cargoes as well.

Secondly, the new case and people that test positive to this virus will isolate themselves for two weeks in Yaba, Lagos.

Also, these people will not be able to get out of the isolation centre until they test negative of the virus.

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In addition, that statement reads;

“Three new cases of COVID19 have been confirmed in Nigeria”

“As at 06:45am on the 22nd of March, there are 25 confirmed cases of COVID19 recorded in Nigeria”

“Of the 25 confirmed cases, 2 have been discharge, with no death”

All 3 cases were reported in Lagos State, & have travel history to high-risk countries in the last 7 days

“We’re working closely with LSMOH to identify & follow up with contacts”

“If you‘ve returned to Nigeria from any country in the last 14 days, please stay in self-isolation”



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