22 Confirmed Killed As Mysterious Deaths Linked To Yellow Fever, Hit Delta Communities

November 6, 2020
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The Delta State government has conducted some tests to ascertain the mysterious deaths recorded in some communities in the state.

The deaths were recorded at Ute-Okpu and Idumesa communities in Ika North East Local Government Area of the state.

Dr Mordi Ononye, Health Commissioner in the state, who made the disclosure on Friday while briefing reporters in Asaba, the state capital, said results of the tests carried out have come back positive for Yellow Fever disease.

The commissioner confirmed that as of noon on Friday, 22 deaths have been recorded with seven active cases receiving treatments in hospitals across the state.

Dr. Ononye, however, noted that the state health authorities await authentication of the government’s position from the Regional Test Centre in Dakar, Senegal within a period of one month.

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