Nigeria has now confirmed 10 new cases of COVID19. 3 in the country’s capital Abuja, and 7 more in Lagos.
One of the three is an official of the Federal Inland Revenue Service and was one of the passengers on British Airways flight that landed on March 13, 2020.
It was learnt that two other cases of COVID-19 were confirmed.
The three patients had been moved to the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital.
#Nigeria has recorded 10 new cases of #COVID19 in Lagos and FCT.
That is a total of 22 cases in #Nigeria: Lagos 16, FCT 3, Ekiti 1 & Ogun 2. 2 have been discharged.
All cases are clinically stable and receiving adequate care. pic.twitter.com/f82GbSW3bS
— Dr. E. Osagie Ehanire MD, FWACS (@DrEOEhanire) March 21, 2020
Nigeria has now confirmed 10 new cases of COVID19
Of the 10 new cases, 3 are in the Federal Capital Territory and 7 are in Lagos
9 out of the 10 cases have travel history outside Nigeria in the last one week. The 10th case is a close contact of a confirmed case
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control
have also urged the public to remain calm and adhere to social distancing and other measures in place.