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COVID-19: 29 health workers discharged in Jigawa

The Jigawa State government says it has discharged 29 health workers who tested positive for COVID-19 pandemics.

Governor Muhammad Badaru Abubakar disclosed this while briefing newsmen on government’s efforts to curtail the spread of the virus.

He said the health workers were discharged after testing negative for the virus.

He explained that all the 29 who got infected in the cause of their duties have all recovered and discharged from the isolation center.

“As we continue to confront COVID-19 in the state, let me once again appreciate our heroes, the health workers who are working tirelessly to ensure our safety”

“Your safety is also our concern and we are happy that all the twenty-nine health workers that got infected with the virus have been recovered and discharged from isolation center”

Badaru also urged the medical workers to utilize the training they received and use protective measures while discharging their responsibilities.



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