Consultant Anaesthetist at Central Hospital, Warri, dies of COVID-19

A former Zonal Medical Director and consultant anaesthetist at the Central Hospital, Warri, Dr Toju Eresanara, is dead.

Eresanara, who was undergoing treatment at the COVID-19 treatment centre in Asaba after testing positive, reportedly died of COVID-19 complications on Wednesday morning.

Dr Toju is reputed to have played a critical role in the growth and development of the Warri Central Hospital to meet the medical needs of residents of Warri and environs.

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Although the state government hasn’t made any official statement on the incident, sources confirmed it to our Correspondent.

Meanwhile, 33 COVID-19 positive cases were recorded in Delta State as of Tuesday evening details of which have not been released by the state government.


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