In the face of the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic in the country, proactive measures are being put in place by both governmental and non-governmental bodies to curtail the spread of the virus and manage arising cases.
Access bank is building a 1000-bed centre for COVID-19 patients.
Federal Medical Centre (FMC) Delta gets 19 ventilators. Delta state with that, currently has one of the most equipped isolation centers to tackle the #CoronaVirus.
Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB) is already finishing the 100-bed emergency isolation centre with ventilators inside Onikan stadium.
In addition, the government of Benue state just announced establishment of 2 isolation centers and 6 ventilators.
With these emergency isolation centres and ventilators being put in place, Nigerians can now heave a sigh of relief and panic less.
In the meantime, the Federal Government is releasing additional N6.5 billion as an emergency intervention to the National Centre for Disease Control, as Nigeria intensifies efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the country.
Meanwhile, 6 patients being treated for COVID-19 in Lagos, have recovered and will soon be discharged.
Citizens are advised to stay timely and accurately updated and protect themselves, their families, friends and communities from the Coronavirus, using the COVID-19 update outlets, as well as other social media accounts.