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Atiku son exams optimistic to coronavirus

One of former Nigeria’s Vice President Atiku Abubakar sons has examined optimistic for coronavirus.

“My son has tested positive to coronavirus,” Atiku tweeted on Sunday.

“@NCDCGov has been duly informed, and he has been moved to Gwagwalada Specialist Teaching Hospital in Abuja for treatment and management.”

Nigeria’s instances of coronavirus has risen to 30 after the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) confirmed three new instances.

“Three new cases of #COVID19 have been confirmed in Lagos, Nigeria,” NCDC mentioned on Sunday afternoon.

“2 cases are returning travellers and 1 is a contact of a confirmed case.”

There are 30 confirmed instances of #COVID19 in Nigeria. 2 have been discharged with no deaths, NCDC mentioned.

So far, 22 of the 30 instances have been confirmed in Lagos State. Four instances have been confirmed in Abuja, one case in Ekiti, two in Ogun State and one in Oyo State.

Two of the instances have been declared damaging and discharged in Lagos State after remedy at authorities facility in Yaba, Lagos.

Most of the instances have been imported into the nation by both returning Nigerians or foreigners. Nigeria has since positioned journey restriction on 15 nations with excessive prevalence of the worldwide pandemic.

Nigeria has additionally suspended its visa on arrival coverage and shut down all airports within the nation to worldwide flights.

The federal and state governments have closed faculties and tertiary establishments within the nation to stop additional unfold of the virus.

The authorities has additionally banned all social and spiritual gatherings within the nation.



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