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BREAKING : AbdulRazaq Confirms Discharge Of Six COVID-19 Patients

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Governor of Kwara State, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has announced the recovery of six cases of COVID-19 after they were tested negative twice.

Recall, the state has recorded sixteen cases with two previously discharged, the six tested negative cases who are all health worker now made the state to remain with eight cases.

The governor made the announcement on Sunday on his verified Facebook page.

“I am glad to announce that six of our patients, all health workers, have twice tested negative and are ready for discharge today.

“We give glory to God Almighty for this feat and we sincerely commend our frontline workers who made this possible.

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“Our remaining patients are all stable and in high spirits, and we pray God Almighty to grant us success in the management of the cases.

“It’s important to note that infection rate is still very high across the country and, as such, we can’t afford to let down our guards.

“For this reason, effective from tomorrow, Monday May 4, there will be statewide curfew between 6p.m. and 6.a.m. until further notice.

“This is part of the agreements of the Northern Governors Forum (NGF) to prevent non-essential and unauthorised movement that could spike infection rate.

“Also, in addition to the measures earlier announced on Friday May 1, the government hereby bans travels/movement from one local government to the other.

“This is especially true of local governments with clear borders.

We are not in anyway out of the danger of this pandemic. I enjoin you all to stay at home if you can, and if you must go out, you must use a face mask” he said.

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Hammed Tajudeen is the editor in-chief of Blaze News, holds Higher National Diploma(HND) in Mass Communication, graduated from Osun State Polytechnic, Iree.

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