Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Friday, confirmed the discharge of 26 COVID-19 patients from the state’s isolation facilities.
Sanwo-Olu, who made the disclosure on his official Twitter handle, said those discharged were 14 males and 12 females.
According to him, 225 COVID-19 patients have now been discharged from the state’s isolation centres.
The governor said: “Dear Lagosians, we are expanding our isolation capacity with more locations and medical equipment. Today, we discharged 26 more #COVID19 patients; 14 males and 12 females bringing our successfully managed and discharged number to 225.
“Our Gbagada isolation and biosecurity centre was launched today and will be instrumental as we work to slow the spread of #COVID19 in Lagos State. Improved testing and contact tracing are leading to more cases which make it even more important to follow all medical guidelines.”
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