Kwara records 19 fresh cases of COVID-19, discharges 12 patients

TOPSHOT - A worker instructs several kids on how to wash properly their hands at the entrance of the Mbagathi Hospital in Nairobi, Kenya on March 18, 2020. - The Government of Kenya confirmed new positive cases of COVID-19 coronavirus on March 18, 2020, bringing the total official number of cases in the East African country to 7. African countries have been among the last to be hit by the global COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic but as cases rise, many nations are now taking strict measures to block the deadly illness. (Photo by LUIS TATO / AFP) (Photo by LUIS TATO/AFP via Getty Images)

By Afusat Agunbiade-Oladipo

Ilorin, July 12, 2020 The Kwara Government says 19 more people have tested positive to Corronavirus (COVID-19), while 12 patients have twice tested negative to the virus and discharged.

The Chief Press Secretary to the state governor and Spokesman of the Technical Committee on COVID-19, Mr Rafiu Ajakaye, made this known in a statement on Sunday in Ilorin.

According to him, this brings to 401 the total number of confirmed cases with 179 patients discharged with 14 death.

“As at 7:00pm on Sunday the number of active cases is 208, and 179 patients had so far been discharged with 14 death,” said Ajakaye.

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