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928 COVID-19 patients discharged in Lagos

The Lagos State Ministry of Health says 928 COVID-19 patients have been discharged from all isolation centres in the state as of June 3. Lagos…

The Lagos State Ministry of Health says 928 COVID-19 patients have been discharged from all isolation centres in the state as of June 3.

Lagos remains the epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria since the 27th of February, 2020 when the virus found its way into the country.

The state has so far recorded 5,440 cases with 67 deaths.

Giving an update about the recovery rate, the State Ministry of Health via its official Twitter handle said the patients who have recovered from COVID-19 infection have so far been reunited with their families and the society at large.

“20 COVID-19 Lagos patients; 6 females & 14 males, all Nigerians have been discharged from our Isolation facilities to reunite with the society.

“The patients; 11 from Gbagada, 8 from Eti-Osa (LandMark) and 1 from Agidingbi Isolation Centres were discharged having fully recovered & tested negative to COVID-19.

“This brings to 928, the number of COVID-19 confirmed cases successfully managed and discharged in Lagos now,” the ministry wrote.

Daily Trust had reported that the total confirmed cases of coronavirus in Nigeria hit 11,166 on Wednesday after 348 new cases were confirmed.

While 3,329 patients have recovered from the infection so far, 315 deaths have been recorded.

About 6.29 million people have contracted COVID-19 globally while about 380,000 people have died.

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