According to the Lagos State Ministry of Health (LSMOH), ten patients receiving treatment for COVID-19 at Yaba and Onikan isolation centers have been discharged.
Babajide Sanwo-Olu, governor of the state, also confirmed the news on Friday, disclosing that they are three females and seven males. Among those discharged are three foreigners: two Indians and one Filipino.
“Even with the number of cases rising, we are happy to celebrate our success stories because they show that a positive #COVID19 case isn’t necessarily a case of doom and gloom,” he wrote on Twitter.
“Today, 10 patients; 3 females & 7 males including 3 foreigners have been discharged from our facilities.”
With the development, the state has discharged a total of 117 patients. Lagos currently has 582 COVID-19 cases, the highest number out of Nigeria’s total of 981 cases.
*️⃣The patients; 3 from IDH, Yaba & 7 from Onikan Isolation Centre have fully recovered & tested negative twice consecutively to #COVID19
*️⃣With this, the number of patients successfully managed & discharged in Lagos is now 117@DigiCommsNG@WHO#LagosAgainstCOVID19#StayAtHome
— LSMOH (@LSMOH) April 24, 2020
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