Governor Sanwo-Olu in a statement released via his official Twitter account disclosed the six patients had tested negative before they were discharged.
Naija News reports the development brings to 61, the total number of people that have been successfully managed and discharged in the state.
The Governor also appreciated all stakeholders for their efforts, sacrifice, and perseverance in containing and managing the virus.
He wrote: “Good people of Lagos, today, 6 more persons; 1 female and 5 males have been discharged from IDH, Yaba, after their full recovery and testing negative twice to #COVID19
“This good news brings the number of patients who have been managed and discharged from our facilities to 61.
“For us, this is indicative of our will power to triumph in the war against #COVID19. We won’t be deterred until victory is achieved.
“I thank you all for your continued perseverance, especially at this critical time. This sacrifice of ours, I am most certain will not be in vain.”
Good people of Lagos,
Today, 6 more persons; 1 female and 5 males have been discharged from IDH, Yaba, after their full recovery and testing negative twice to #COVID19
This good news brings the number of patients who have been managed and discharged from our facilities to 61.
— Babajide Sanwo-Olu (@jidesanwoolu) April 13, 2020
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