A 66-year old citizen of the United Kingdom (UK) has died of COVID-19 in Lagos State.
This was announced Wednesday morning by the Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Professor Akin Abayomi.
He made this known in a post on his verified Twitter [email protected]
He equally revealed in the post that confirmed cases of the dreaded disease in Lagos had risen to 130.
“Lagos recorded another #COVID-19 related death: a 66-year-old Briton, who travelled from India via Dubai to Lagos on 17th of March, 2020.
“As of 7th of April, 2020, there are 10 new cases of #COVID-19 confirmed. The total of #COVID-19 cases in Lagos rises to 130.
“Another #COVID-19 patient was discharged after full recovery. This brings the number of discharged patients to 32,” he wrote.
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