Eighty seven patients were on Wednesday discharged from various isolation centres in Lagos after testing negative for coronavirus twice, bringing the number of those discharged to 825.
The state Ministry of Health disclosed this on its twitter handle, adding that those discharged comprised 47 males and 40 females.
The ministry said of those discharged, 26 were from Mainland Infectious Disease Hospital, Yaba; 24 from Onikan, 12 from Eti-Osa (LandMark), 11 from Agidingbi, nine from Gbagada and five from Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) isolation centres.
According to the ministry, “87 #COVID19Lagos patients; 40 females and 47 males, all Nigerians have been discharged from our isolation facilities to reunite with the society.
The patients; 26 from Mainland Infectious Disease Hospital, Yaba; 24 from Onikan, 12 from Eti-Osa (LandMark), 11 from Agidingbi, nine from Gbagada and five from LUTH Isolation Centres were discharged having fully recovered and tested negative to #COVID19.
“With this, the number of COVID19 cases successfully managed and discharged in Lagos State has risen to 825.”
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