On Tuesday morning, the Particular Assistant to the governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on New Media, Jubril Gawat, shared on Twitter that a third case of the coronavirus has been confirmed in Lagos.
Following the affirmation case, the Lagos State authorities is looking on all passengers who have been on the British Airways Flight 75 that arrived Lagos on Friday, March 13, to isolate themselves now.
The Commissioner for Well being of Lagos State, Akin Abayomi, shared a tweet on what the passengers want to. He wrote:
Breaking! #COVID19Lagos Updates
In case you are a passenger on flight BA 75 that arrived in Lagos on 13th March 2020, keep at house and isolate your self for 14 days.
hotlines now; 08000corona, 08023169485,
08052817243, 08028971864, 08059758886, 08035387653
Observe @ProfAkinAbayomi, @LSMOH, @NCDCgov @Fmohnigeria and @DrEOEhanire handles for scenario studies and updates on #COVID19Lagos and #COVID19Nigeria.
Let’s proceed to assist @followlasg effort to break the circle of #COVID19 transmission in Lagos and Nigeria at Giant.
— Prof. Akin Abayomi (@ProfAkinAbayomi) March 17, 2020
The affected person is a 30-year-old Nigerian girl who returned from the UK on Tuesday, March 13, went into isolation, developed signs, and examined constructive to the virus.
Let’s keep in mind to keep away from panic, keep secure and clear.