Beware Of Fake Covid Results - Lagos State Govt Warns
The Lagos State Government has raised alarm over sales of fake COVID-19 test results in the state, warning that processes are being put in place to clamp down on both buyers and sellers.
“It has come to our attention that a number of people are patronizing individuals that sell fake COVID-19 results. We are currently putting in processes to identify both buyers and sellers and we will not hesitate to prosecute either to the full extent of the law.”
Complaining on non-compliance on the part of inbound travellers, he said a significant number of the people who registered on the Lagos State COVID-19 portal for post-arrival test have been tested while there are a number of people who paid for the test, but did not show up for testing.
“Efforts are being made through our logistics arm to reach this group of people. These attempts have been met with challenges as several people used fake contact information while registering on the testing portal.”
Stating that for the sake and safety of the general public, such people should come for testing immediately, he threatened to submit their details to the Presidential Task Force for deactivation of their passports.
OSUN RECORDS NEW 12 CASES OF COVID-19
The State of Osun Commissioner for Health, Dr Rafiu Isamotu has today disclosed in a statement that Osun state has now have 12 new cases were of the novel coronavirus which are recorded in Osogbo, Ife, Ede, Ikire and Ejigbo.Isamotu said the fresh tests were carried out in the last two weeks of the lockdown, adding that the lockdown has proven effective in containing spread of the virus.He said this brings the number of active COVID-19 cases in Osun to 13.It will be...
DEAD SECOND COVID I9 CASE IN WARRI
Written by Monoyo SnrIn the photo below are the Warri South LGA chairman, alongside the DPO, Warri Area Command and some members of staff of the Council earlier this morning on a seal up exercise of the story building that houses the quack clinic that first treated Delta’s dead 2nd case of COVID 19 in Ugbori, Warri. First, I wonder how the Council went to carry out a seal up exercise without fumigating the building and its environs. We are not even sure if all the s...
Covid-19: 16 new cases confirm in Nigeria, total moves to 254
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control has later today announced that sixteen new cases of #COVID19 in the country.This was made public through a tweet from NCDC twitter handle.The tweets goes : Sixteen #Covid19 have been reported in Nigeria: 10 in Lagos, 2 in the FCT, 2 in Oyo, 1 in Delta and 1 in Katsina.As at 09:30 pm 7th April there are 254 confirmed cases of #COVID19 reported in Nigeria. Fourty-four have been discharged with six deaths.Lagos- 130FCT- 50Osun- 20...
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