The Lagos State government on Friday announced that it discharged 90 patients after they tested negative for coronavirus in various isolation centres in the state.
According to the state Ministry of Health in its twitter handle, those discharged were 60 males and 30 males, all Nigerians, after they spent some weeks in the isolation centre.
Giving a breakdown, the ministry said 28 of the patients were from Onikan, nine from Eti-Osa (LandMark), 10 from Agidingbi, 25 from Gbagada, two from First Cardiology, 10 from Lekki and 26 from the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) isolation centres.
The ministry said so far, the total number of those discharged in the state is 1,137.
“90 fully recovered #COVID19Lagos patients; 30 females and 60 males have been discharged from our isolation facilities to reunite with the society.
“The patients; 28 from Onikan, nine from Eti-Osa (LandMark), 10 from Agidingbi, 25 from Gbagada, two from First Cardiology, 10 from Lekki and 26 from @LUTHofficial Isolation Centres were discharged after testing negative to #COVID19.
“With this, the number of #COVID19 cases successfully managed and discharged in Lagos has risen to 1137,” the ministry said.
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