He also said that the state has been looking for a local solution towards the prevention and cure of COVID-19.
Makinde, in a tweet on his official Twitter page on Wednesday, wrote: “We have been advocating for local solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic in Oyo State.
“So, as a COVID-19 survivor, I volunteered to donate my blood to be studied by our experts researching on the “Evaluation of Post Infection Protection against SARS-COV-2 (COVID-19) in Nigeria.”
DAILY POST recalls that the governor recovered from the Coronavirus after testing negative for the disease a second time earlier this month.
Meanwhile, the number of Coronavirus cases in Nigeria as of Tuesday night is 373, according to NCDC.
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