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ICYMI: 37 More Recovered COVID-19 Patients Discharged In Lagos

On Sunday August 2, Lagos State Government revealed that thirty seven more recovered COVID-19 patients have been discharged from the state isolation centers. The State Governor Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu who reported the update said they were discharged after testing negative to the virus. While giving a breakdown of the figure, he said they are 15 females and 22…

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Lagos Schools Resume August 3, Restaurants To Operate Eat-In Services At 50% Capacity

The Lagos State Government has announced that restaurants in the state will be reopened at 50 per cent capacity from August 14. Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu made this known on Saturday, August 1, in an address where he gave updates on the efforts of the state governments on Covid-19 crisis. He noted that restaurants and other public…

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Lagos To Reopen Religious Centres August 7 & 9 Amid COVID-19 Spike

Lagos state government has announced that the ban on worship centres: churches and mosques has been lifted amid daily spike in the COVID-19 cases. Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, during a briefing at the State House in Marina, revealed that they be reopened from August 7 with mosques reopening next week Friday while churches to follow suit on Sunday, August 9. According to him,…

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Sanwo-Olu Assures Lagosians Of Minimal Discomfort Over Third Mainland Bridge Closure

The Lagos State Government has appealed to residents to be patient and bear with the inconveniences that will be experienced from the six-month partial closure of the Third Mainland Bridge which begins on today, Friday July 24, 2020. Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu assured that the pains will be minimal, noting that over 650 officers of the Lagos State…

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ICYMI: Lagos Discharges 29 More Recovered Coronavirus Patients

The Lagos State Government has recorded the discharge of 29 more COVID-19 patients, Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu disclosed in a statement on Tuesday. The recovered patients consist of seven females, 22 males, and five foreign nationals. The Governor said, “Today, 29 #COVID19Lagos patients; 7 females and 22 males including 5 foreign nationals were discharged from our Isolation…

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COVID-19: Lagos Discharges 42 More Patients, Including 10 Foreigners

The Lagos State Government has confirmed that 42 more people recovered from coronavirus (COVID-19) following successful treatment of the virus. Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the state’s incident commander, disclosed this in a statement on Friday. He noted that the recovered patients included 32 Nigerians and 10 foreign nationals, comprising 17 females and 25 males, Sanwo-Olu said the patients were discharged…

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ICYMI: Lagos Discharges 50 More COVID-19 Patients After Recovery

The Lagos State Government has recorded the discharge of more than 50 COVID-19 patients in the state. According to the Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu who disclosed this on Friday in a statement he personally signed, the patients were released from isolation facilities after testing negative to the virus. The governor noted that of the recovered patients…

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Lagos Discharges 31 More Recovered COVID-19 Patients

ICYMI: on Monday, the Lagos State Government recorded the discharge of thirty-one more COVID-19 patients after recovering from the ravaging disease. Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the Governor and COVID-19 Incident Commander in Lagos State, said this in a statement where he noted that the discharged patients included 16 females and 39 males – all Nigerians – and…

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ICYMI: Lagos Discharges 40 More Recovered COVID-19 Patients

Lagos has recorded the discharge of 40 Coronavirus (COVID-19) patients as the State Government continues to record more success in the fighting against the deadly virus. Incident Commander, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, disclosed this in a statement on Thursday. He explained that the recovered COVID-19 patients comprise 17 females and 23 males, including two foreign nationals. Governor Sanwo-Olu noted…

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