SANWO-OLU TESTS POSITIVE FOR COVID-19

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The Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has been confirm of COVID-19, a PCR test performed yesterday has confirmed that the governor has indeed been infected with the virus which is supported by mild symptoms and fatigue typical of a mild case of COVID. 

Commissioner for Health Prof Akin Abayomi in a statement said the Governor is receiving treatment and “is being closely monitored at home by the very experienced State COVID-19 clinical team from IDH Yaba.”

According to him, Governor Sanwo-Olu was doing well on treatment.

He said: “We are confident that he will recover quickly and clear the virus. We are seeing slightly increasing number of COVID-19 positive cases in clusters in Lagos and all residents and visitors should strictly adhere to the prescribed advisories of safe distancing, mask wearing, good hand and respiratory hygiene and avoidance of unnecessary or large gatherings.

The festive season is likely to create the opportunity for the virus to spread if we are not compliant with the regulations established by the Presidential Task Force (PTF) for inbound travellers and the festive season celebrations.

All inbound travellers must be COVID-19 negative by PCR before they board a flight to Nigeria and must self-isolate on arrival and undergo a prebooked test on day 7 of arrival in Nigeria.

Lagosians should keep celebrations to a minimum and be observant and responsible in their interactions. The significant gains achieved to date in containing COVID-19 in Lagos, which has allowed us to carefully re open the economy, must not be reversed.

No one is immune to this virus and it is certainly still circulating in community.

Please join me in praying and wishing the Incident Commander of the Lagos State COVID-19 response Mr Babajide Sanwo-olu a speedy recovery so he can return to normal duties as soon as possible.

I will be keeping the public informed regularly of Mr Governor’s recovery.”

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