The Edo State Government has recorded its second COVID19 death.
According to the state Commissioner for Health, Patrick Okundia, the 2nd COVID-19 death was a 57-year-old police officer.
“We had an unfortunate situation of a 57-year-old police officer, who passed on yesterday (Tuesday). It is not very clear how he got the infection but he developed some illnesses. Initially, there was no evidence of suspicion of coronavirus disease, but when the symptoms started getting worse, he was treated at the police clinic.
“About two days before he died, our surveillance team was called to have a look and it was in that process that they took his sample and sent it to the laboratory, while he continued with his drugs.He was consequently placed on self-isolation. However, the result came out positive. Before we could get to his house to move him out, the man had died. It is really unfortunate, as the result came after the man had died’’ he said.
Edo state currently has 15 confirmed COVID-19 cases with seven discharged and two deaths so far.
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