COVID-19: Delta confirms two fresh cases, discharges five

Delta State government has confirmed two additional COVID-19 cases. This is just as five patients who tested negative at the various isolation centres in the state were discharged.

Commissioner for Information, Mr Charles Aniagwu, made this known in Asaba on Saturday.

Tribune Online reports that as of Saturday afternoon, there are 25 cases recorded so far in the state from which 11 have been discharged. The state has also recorded four deaths.

The discharged five cases were from Warri South (2), Uvwie (2), and Udu (1).

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