Kwara State on Tuesday lost another
COVID-19 patient, the second setback since the pandemic broke out in the express, an announcement said early Wednesday.
The patient was a 50-year-old female with genuine hidden ailments, as indicated by an announcement by the Kwara State Technical Committee on COVID-19.
“We lament to declare that the patient didn’t put forth it regardless of the attempts of the clinical work force to spare her,” the announcement included. “Our genuine sympathies go to her family. We remain by them at this difficult time, and repeat the requirement for everybody to be careful by sticking to all COVID-19 security conventions.”
The announcement additionally reported the release of 18 patients who have twice tried negative.
“In spite of the dismal event on Tuesday, the legislature is reassured by the recuperation and release of 18 different patients. The legislature compliments all the cutting edge laborers who are making such a great amount of penance to guarantee we win this war,” it included.