Two WHO Officials Confirmed Coronavirus Positive In Bauchi


Two of the World Health Organisation, , staffs in state have been confirmed positive.

The Bauchi State Government on Tuesday confirmed the second official of World Health Organisation (WHO) tested positive of Coronavirus (),

The total active cases of coronavirus in the state are now three.

The Chairman, Bauchi State Primary Healthcare Development Agency, Dr Rilwanu Mohammed, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Bauchi.

We recall that on April 2l, a WHO staff tested positive of COVID-19 in Bauchi.

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Mohammed said that the new index case was through contact tracing of the first WHO official that tested positive after an earlier travel to Kano State.

“The new case is another WHO staff.

“This new case is a contact from the first WHO staff that tested positive because his contacts from Kano and Bauchi were traced and isolated,” he said.

NAN reports that the state update indicated that the state has recorded eight index cases out of which five were discharged.

The update further revealed that the state has three active cases with no death recorded.

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