The first COVID-19 patient in Nigeria has been released in the wake of testing negative, Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-olu proclaimed.
The senator took to his Twitter handle on Friday night to uncover this with photos of the Italian, the Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Akin Abayomi, and other wellbeing authorities.
“As the COVID-19 Incident Commander for Lagos State, I am happy to educate you that the file case the Italian man of his word is presently negative”, Mr Sanwo-olu tweeted.
“Through a consolidated exertion of Lagos State, Ogun State and Federal Health Authorities, we had the option to confine the transmission of the infection to a solitary contact.
“This included forceful contact following and regulation methodologies. Be that as it may, we presently have a few new imported cases and we trust we can apply a similar contact following methodology alongside social separating to hinder the episode which might be fermenting from these new cases.”
“The record understanding assented to give one unit of white blood (in any case called plasma) before he was released today (Friday). The blood plasma is wealthy in counter acting agent proteins that focus on the COVID-19 infection.
“The white blood plasma is solidified in our profile bank and will be helpful in taking care of new cases.”