First Coronavirus death recorded in Lagos and Edo as a 55-year-old man dies in LUTH


Two new deaths as a result of the coronavirus have been recorded in Nigeria, with One in Lagos and Edo state, bringing the absolute recorded Coronavirus passings in Nigeria to 4. The Nigeria Center for Disease Control declared this on Twitter, expressing: “Twenty new instances of #COVID19 have been accounted for in Nigeria; one in Ondo, 2 in Osun, 11 in Lagos while 3 each in the FCT and Edo state respectively.

Nevertheless, there are two new deaths in Lagos and Edo State. As of 10:30 pm April 3rd, there are 210 announced instances of Coronavirus affirmed in Nigeria. The patient who kicked the bucket in Lagos is a 55-year-elderly person. He passed on, hours after he was the medical clinic just found after his demise that he had Coronavirus.

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“A Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test done on his blood after his demise affirms his COVID19 status. The 55-year-old man who was a diabetic patient had been admitted to LUTH’s crisis unit, earlier on Thursday night, following his complain of fever. He was likewise determined to have intense interminable kidney illness. At the point when the patient initially showed up at the medical clinic in Idi Araba, he was sent to the “spillover unit” in light of the fact that the emergency clinic had come up short on bed spaces.” a source told our correspondent.

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Nonetheless, when specialists at the Emergency Unit, after several tests and observations, they confront him with their observations, the man uncovered the genuine tale about his health and admitted that he has the fear that he might have contracted the virus and reveal that he had just come back from Holland fourteen days prior, where he had gone for a renal transplant. The old man kicked the bucket in the early hours of Friday, 3rd April.

However, when one of his relatives said they refuse to disclose his possible Coronavirus status knowing fully that the hospital may refuse to admit and treat him.

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