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COVID-19 scare: No case of coronavirus in Cross River – State Government

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COVID-19 scare: No case of coronavirus in Cross River - State Government

The Cross River State Government has denied the presence of COVID-19 case in the state.

The State Government in a statement issued by the Commissioner for Health, Hon. Dr. Betta Edu on Thursday, denied the presence of COVID-19 in the state.

”The Attention of the Cross River State Ministry of Health has been drawn to rumours circulating in the Social Media and trending by CalabarTrendingTV about a first positive test for Corona Virus (COVID-19) involving a Student of Human Kinetics Department, University of Calabar and isolated at home who had at some point come in contact with some persons.

“This is to notify the general public that the information is false and misleading and should not in any way cause unnecessary fear and panic as Cross River State still remains free of COVID-19, the Permanent Isolation Center still vacant with no patient in it.

“The university has been contacted and the department visited but no such suspect was seen. Cross Riverians are therefore advice not to panic as all hands are on deck to ensure that any suspected case is managed properly especially as the Government of Prof Ben Ayade has put everything in place to ensure that citizens of the State gets proper medical attention at all times” the statement added.

The statement called on general public to disregard information of any COVID-19, “Ministry of Health called on the General public to Disregard Information of any COVID-19 First Positive Case in Calabar” State Government further stated.

Affairsofnaija Reports (AON)

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