Benue ex commissioner tests positive to coronavirus


Benue State has recorded another COVID-19 case, getting the all out number of cases the state to three.

The State Senator, Samuel Ortom, who advised writers on Monday, said that a previous female magistrate (whose name was retained) tried positive for the coronavirus as declared by the National Community for Illness Control on Sunday.

The representative noticed that the state team on COVID-19 drove by the delegate legislative head of the state, Benson Abounu, caught a 15 seater business vehicle at Enugu/Otukpo indirect.

As indicated by him, a man suspected to be COVID-19 positive filling in as a security man in Ogun State, was ready the transport close by 14 others.

Ortom said that the presume who had before gone for COVID-19 test having fallen wiped out in Ogun State however couldn’t sit tight for the consequence of the test chose to come back to Otukpo when his lord shot out him from the house had been isolated in Otukpo while the 14 different travelers had been taken into separation.

He said tests of the considerable number of travelers and the driver had been taken to Abuja and the outcomes were being normal.

The representative who expanded the limitation on get-together said that “in about fourteen days’ time, we will meet again to audit the issue of conclusion of Places of worship and Mosques in Benue State.”

He called all Benue indigenes to be operators and report presumed cases, charging the individuals to keep up stay-at-home request and to utilize face covers or hanckerchiefs to cover their appearances.

The senator said that the state would acknowledge contributors of face veils as it couldn’t accommodate the entire individuals in the state.

He stated, “This is a great opportunity to appear and exhibit love by imparting to neighbors.

“The pandemic is still there and pushing hard to enter Benue. We had two cases previously. The one in Benue is reacting to treatment.”

He communicated trust that the patient in Benue would before long recoup and be released..