Gov. Ganduje Lifts Lockdown, Says Effects of COVID-19 is Declining in Kano

THE Kano State Government has lifted the lockdown imposed on the state.

The State Governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje announced on Thursday

Governor, who admitted that the fight against COVID-19 had not been won yet, urged the people of the state to comply with COVID-19 protocols, saying effects of coronavirus was declining.

“This is not just by speculation, it’s not by imagination and it’s not by storytelling, it is an issue based on facts and figures, it is an issue that we can tell confidently.’

‘’There was no single death on June 27,  we submitted 492 samples, only four were positive, we released 17, while only point eight per cent were positive from the sample we submitted,’’ the Governor said.

‘’On June 28, we submitted 327 samples and only five were discovered to be positive, we released 31 who recovered. We had zero death and the percentage of infection was 1.5. On June 30, we submitted 350 samples and only five tested positive, 37 were released and discharged, with only death.

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