The Kano State government led by Governor Abdullahi Ganduje has confirmed that it has recorded 10 new cases of people infected with the deadly COVID-19 disease in the state.
This was revealed on Saturday night by the State Ministry of Health, which said that so far, the State had 37 confirmed cases of the virus.
“As at 18th April 2020 10 New #COVID19 Cases Confirmed.
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“Total Confirmed Cases in @KanostateNg is 37. 1 COVID19 death was recorded.
“#StayAtHome to break the chain of #COVID19 transmission,” it said.
This comes after the state government on Friday confirmed that three members of the state task force on COVID-19 had tested positive for coronavirus.
Commissioner for Health, Dr. Aminu Tsanyawa, disclosed this in a statement issued by the Public Relations Officer of the ministry, Hajiya Hadiza Namadi.
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