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First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by Ebullience(m): 10:12am On Mar 31, 2020
The Oyo State Government has announced the recovery of the index Covid-19 case in the state.

This came moments after the state governor, Seyi Makinde, tested positive to the infection.

“The news of Makinde’s positive test came on the heels of the release of the state’s index case from the COVID-19 isolation centre,” Taiwo Adisa, the chief press secretary of Mr Makinde, wrote in a press statement issued on Monday evening.

“The release of the patient was consequent upon the completion of his treatment at the Agbami Chest Hospital isolation centre, Ibadan.

“The American returnee had initially tested negative only for the second test to read positive.


“The index case had been on self-isolation at a private residence in Ibadan until he was transferred to the isolation centre at Agbami, Jericho area of Ibadan on March 23.”

The index case was released after two consecutive negative tests,
the statement added.

The statement also quoted the state’s incident manager, Taiwo Ladipo, as saying that the confirmed case spent six days in the isolation centre and had two negative tests.

“He is well and very stable and is now back to his house. The infectious disease specialist will be reviewing him for follow up action,” the official reportedly said.

According to official data as at the time of filing this report, Nigeria has a total of 131 COVID-19 cases and two deaths. Of the 131 cases, Oyo has eight.

https://www.premiumtimesng.com/news/more-news/385015-first-covid-19-patient-in-oyo-discharged.html

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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by virus05(m): 10:15am On Mar 31, 2020
Great news grin

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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by viccipedia: 10:24am On Mar 31, 2020
“He first tested negative, then positive”. Oluwa help our country. The major question is, how sure are we of the authenticity of our test kits, no matter how small in number. We should be learning from what is happening in Europe now.

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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by Fweshspice(m): 10:42am On Mar 31, 2020
I just hope these pple are getting things right.. This one that they are discharging pple almost everyday, just hope they have fully recuperated to avoid further spread of the virus from those discharged.. God Bless Nigeria!

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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by senatordave1(m): 10:52am On Mar 31, 2020
Nice.am happy but makinde and kyari should not recover

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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by slimanyd: 11:20am On Mar 31, 2020
senatordave1:
Nice.am happy but makinde and kyari should not recover

Lol. You never start to dey wail. By the time he wins another reelection in 2023 . Ur wailing go raise better. If you think all these online cry babies have any effect on we oyo state residence as regards gsm integrity . Ure on a long thing. Go and see as people dey show love For seyi on twitter and facebook. Go to the market square,listen to the radio . You go hold face down.

For your info, he called in a radio program this morning and spoke with Oyo citizens. Ur kyari has been incapacitated all these while. U better pray he recovers or he die like a rabbit

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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by Kiddinpoh(m): 11:46am On Mar 31, 2020
Alhamdulilah

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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by cRobo: 11:46am On Mar 31, 2020
At last some good news

Waiting for all the patients to be discharged

Until then

I won't say a word

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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by TIGRITIS: 11:46am On Mar 31, 2020
Covid patient
Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by ExAngel007(f): 11:47am On Mar 31, 2020
some good news

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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by Salvador1: 11:47am On Mar 31, 2020
senatordave1:
Nice.am happy but makinde and kyari should not recover
olodo cos makinde and kyari is not doing una biding

All this apc miscreants self

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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by yusfatedeeprof(m): 11:47am On Mar 31, 2020
I'm beginning to think this virus is a white man disease and will have little or no effect on a full breed healthy African man. Some people in Nigeria already has this virus and recovered without even knowing

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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by landmark86: 11:47am On Mar 31, 2020
heading for testimony

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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by Metobime(m): 11:47am On Mar 31, 2020
Oh Thank God!
Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by 1013jindu: 11:47am On Mar 31, 2020
Fweshspice:
I just hope these pple are getting things right.. This one that they are discharging pple almost everyday, just hope they have fully recuperated to avoid further spread of the virus from those discharged.. God Bless Nigeria!

You didn’t say this when positive cases were announced please for goodness sake let us stop this negative behavior

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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by iammo(m): 11:47am On Mar 31, 2020
are this Chinese made test kits functional bayi
Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by NaijaOlosho(f): 11:47am On Mar 31, 2020
grin
Hmmm

Are yiu sure these people know what they are doing??
Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by Kylekent59: 11:47am On Mar 31, 2020
shocked

Good news. We shall triumph

Why is the guy above doubting?

I call him a guy because no sane female will use NaijaOlosho as her username on social media.

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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by jericco1(m): 11:47am On Mar 31, 2020
Why

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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by AsomArchitectNG(m): 11:48am On Mar 31, 2020
Great. No doubts Covid 19 would be defeated..
Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by visijo(m): 11:48am On Mar 31, 2020
IF you don't have money
Everything you say at a family gathering sounds as if you're causing confusion

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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by jboyclement: 11:49am On Mar 31, 2020
Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by SharpJoe: 11:49am On Mar 31, 2020
Without Mass Testing, the Coronavirus Pandemic Will Keep Spreading


Countries such as South Korea that test thousands of people per day have slowed the outbreak. Other nations must adopt Seoul’s model before it’s too late.

The key to South Korea’s success has been speed and an early push toward mass testing, rigorous contact tracing, and mandatory quarantine for anyone near a carrier of the virus.

The country, with a population of 51 million, tests more than 20,000 people a day at more than 600 testing sites nationwide, while integrating apps that not only track individuals if they have tested positive, but also warn them if they might have been exposed to a known case.

https://foreignpolicy.com/2020/03/23/coronavirus-pandemic-south-korea-italy-mass-testing-covid19-will-keep-spreading/
Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by jboyclement: 11:49am On Mar 31, 2020
1013jindu:


You didn’t say this when positive cases were announced please for goodness sake let us stop this negative behavior

https://www.nairaland.com/5765955/breaking-oyo-coronavirus-index-case
Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by microfixsynergy(m): 11:49am On Mar 31, 2020
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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by Fweshspice(m): 11:49am On Mar 31, 2020
1013jindu:


You didn’t say this when positive cases were announced please for goodness sake let us stop this negative behavior
Truth is bitter my brother.. Deal with it!
Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by Nobody: 11:49am On Mar 31, 2020
Ebullience:


https://www.premiumtimesng.com/news/more-news/385015-first-covid-19-patient-in-oyo-discharged.html

Stop using Lagos picture. Why using Lagos Isolation picture? Dont you have Oyo Isolation centre picture?

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Re: First COVID-19 Patient In Oyo Discharged by SharpJoe: 11:49am On Mar 31, 2020
Lockdown means nothing without testing, isolating and treating infected ones.
We need mass testing for Covid-19 virus in Nigeria. Not Lockdown alone.

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