Lagos Announces Death Of 36-Year-Old Coronavirus Patient

The Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, on Sunday said the state has recorded the death of a 36-year-old Nigerian man, who died of COVID-19 in the state.

Abayomi announced the death through his Twitter handle on Sunday, saying that it was the death of second COVID-19 patient recorded in the state.

“We lost a #COVID19 patient; a 36-year-old Nigerian, male, who died in a private facility on April 4, 2020.

“The total number of #COVID19 patients who have died are now two,” he said.

Abayomi, however, did not disclose further information about the medical history of the patient.

He added that one of the state’s COVID-19 patients had been evacuated, making it two COVID-19 patients evacuated from Nigeria back to their country.

Prof. Akin Abayomi
We lost a #COVID19 patient ; a 36 year old Nigeri
, male who died in a private facility on 4th April, 2020. Total number of #COVID19 patients who have died are now 2
One case was evacuated bringing total evacuated 2
Let’s #StaySafe #ForAGreaterLagos
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#COVID19Lagos Update as at 11.20a 5th April, 2020
6 new cases of #COVID19 confirm bringing total confirmed cases to 115.

A #COVID19 patient was discharge on 4th April, 2020. The number of
#COVID19 patients who have fully recovered and discharged are now 24.

The commissioner disclosed that one COVID-19 patient was discharged on April 4, bringing the number of COVID-19 patients who had fully recovered and discharged from the state’s facility to 24.

Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) had earlier on Sunday confirmed 10 new cases of COVID-19 in Lagos, Abuja and Edo.

Out of the 10 new cases, Lagos has six, while Abuja and Edo have two cases each, bringing Nigeria’s confirmed COVID-19 cases to 224.

Currently, Lagos has 115 cases, making it the state with the highest number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country.

20th April 2024
Nigerian Pantagraph