Edo records five COVID-19 deaths, 58 new infections in 72 hours – Official
A government official said residents who refused to be vaccinated were trying to get vaccination certificates through the ‘backdoor’.
deaths and 58 new cases in the last 72 hours, the state government said on Monday.The Head of the Coronavirus Case Management Centre in the state, Ebomwonyi Osagie, who disclosed this in Benin, said those who died of the viral infection were unvaccinated.
Mr Osagie, a medical doctor, told reports that 52 victims got well and were discharged during the period in review.“A total of 492 samples were collected; we have 274 people in home care and 287 discharged, since the outbreak of the third wave of the virus.
“For now, we have a total of 1,270 confirmed cases, 616 active cases, (and) 45 patients currently in our facilities with 65 deaths recorded, since the outbreak of the third wave,” he said. Read more: Premium Times »
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