Good News as Oyo Government Discharges 11 COVID-19 Patients

Eleven COVID-19 patients at the Olodo Infectious disease centre in Ibadan have been discharged and certified free of coronavirus having tested negative twice

The three females and eight males making eleven were discharged today to be reintegrated into the society and reunite with their family members having spent over two weeks at the centre

Speaking to journalists while discharging the patients, the coordinator of isolation and treatment centres in the state, Professor Temitope Alonge explained some of the treatment procedures used by the centre to boost the immunity of the patients in overcoming the virus.

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He also disclosed that about thirty-two patients were currently still at the centre and in stable condition as the team would continue to do all within its power to ensure their discharge soonest

Speaking on behalf of the patients, one of the transfer case from Lagos who was also discharged expressed satisfaction about the care and concern showed by the medical team in assisting her defeat the virus.

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She also commended the Oyo state government for its commitment in providing care and treatment for patients of COVID-19 in the state.


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