Nigeria’s coronavirus cases rises to 12

The all out figures of coronavirus patients in Nigeria has ascended to 12 after four new cases were affirmed in Lagos State on Thursday.

Lagos State wellbeing chief Akin Abayomi reported the new cases in Ikeja during a question and answer session.

Abayomi revealed that 14 individuals were tried however four tried positive for the coronavirus including that one of the new file cases had contact with the third affirmed case in Nigeria.

The official said one of the patients, a Nigerian female, came into Lagos on Saturday, March 14, 2020, in a Turkish aircraft TK1830.

A Nigerian man in his 50s who never voyaged anyplace is among the new four cases, Abayomi said.

He said the last patient is a Nigerian male who showed up the nation in a Lufthansa (carrier) LH568 on Friday, March 13, 2020.

Abayomi said the patients have been confined for treatment at the Infectious Disease Hospital, Yaba, Lagos.

The magistrate, be that as it may, said more tests are being conveyed as there is a “blend of imported cases and nearby transmission. The Executive of Lagos State is meeting on the following phase of social removing.

“The most ideal approach to ease back the rate is to end the development of the infection from individual to individual,” Abayomi said.

“At present, we are following more than 1,300 individuals right currently to discover data about the condition of their wellbeing and the number is expanding.”

He spoke to individuals on the two flights to self-confine themselves and contact the legislature.

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