Ogun discharges three coronavirus patients
Three coronavirus patients have been discharged by the Ogun State government from one of its isolation centres between Wednesday and Thursday.
This was disclosed by the State Commissioner for Health, Dr Tomi Coker, on Thursday during a press conference on the update on COVID-19 in the state.
Coker said the development had brought the total number of patients discharged to six patients with three active cases being cared for by health workers in one of the isolation centres.
She explained that 210 persons, who had contacts with the positive cases, were identified, out of which 110 observed 14 days quarantine period.
Coker said only two of the people quarantined tested positive while the remaining 108 tested negatives on completion of the quarantine period.
She said: “In addition, so far, we have identified 210 persons who had contacts with the positive cases, out of which 110 underwent the required 14 days quarantine period. Only two of this number tested positive, the remaining 108 tested negatives on completion of the quarantine period.
“100 others are however are still observing the quarantine period and are being observed and monitored by our specialist doctors and other healthcare workers.”