Two new deaths ensuing from Coronavirus have been recorded in Nigeria – One in Lagos and the opposite in Edo state – bringing the overall recorded Coronavirus deaths in Nigeria to 4.
The Nigeria Centre for Illness Management introduced this on Twitter, writing: “Twenty new circumstances of #COVID19 have been reported in Nigeria; 11 in Lagos, 3 in the FCT, 3 in Edo, 2 in Osun & 1 in Ondo.
“Two new deaths have been recorded in Lagos and Edo State. As at 10:30 pm 3rd April there are 210 confirmed cases of #COVID19 reported in Nigeria.”
The patient who died in Lagos is a 55-year-old man. He died in the Lagos College Instructing Hospital, Idi-Araba, hours after he was admitted, in accordance with Punch
The hospital solely found after his death that he had Coronavirus. A Polymerase Chain Response (PCR) check was performed on his blood posthumously and it examined constructive for Coronavirus, the publication stories.
“Fingerprint antibody test was done on him, confirming his COVID-19 infection,” a supply advised Punch.
In response to our supply, the man, a 55-year-old hypertensive and diabetic patient had offered to LUTH’s emergency unit on Thursday night time with “malaise, tremors, and fever.”
He was additionally recognized with acute power kidney illness and sepsis.
The man, who arrived at LUTH on Thursday night time, April 2, didn’t disclose his journey historical past, neither did he disclose the truth that he had contact with somebody who had travelled abroad.
He reportedly advised the docs that he had no historical past of coughs, sore throat, joint pains or diarrhoea.
When the patient first arrived on the hospital in Idi Araba, he was despatched to the “spillover unit” as a result of the hospital had run away from bed areas. Nonetheless, when he developed problems, a junior physician on the Accident & Emergency Unit reviewed his case and notified the Senior Registrar of his suspicion.
The supply advised the publication: “After the Senior Registrar reviewed his case and confronted him with their findings, the man revealed the true story about his travels and his worry that he may need contracted COVID-19.
“He confessed that he had been coughing and that he had returned from Holland two weeks ago, where he had gone for follow-up treatment after a renal transplant he also had there.”
The man died early Friday morning, April 3, and the Lagos State coronavirus emergency staff took away his physique.
When confronted after the man’s death, his members of the family mentioned they withheld the details about his possible COVID-19 an infection as a result of they had been afraid that LUTH would reject him.