<!– FCT Minister Mohammed Musa Bello –>
This is coming as seven Coronavirus patients who recovered from the virus were discharged on Sunday.
According to the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, four more people died in Abuja on Saturday from Coronavirus, taking its total deaths to eight.
However, FCT Minister, Mohammed Bello disclosed on Sunday that seven more survivors had been discharged after they tested negative twice for the virus.
He said this brought to 92 the total number of people discharged in FCT as at Sunday, 10 May, 2020.
“Dear FCT Residents, it is yet another good news as we discharge 7 more COVID-19 patients from the Isolation centre in the FCT after their subsequent tests returned negative, bringing the total number of discharged patients in the FCT to 92 as at 10am, May 10th, 2020,” Bello said.
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