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Adamawa Records Two COVID-19 Cases May 1

BY MARY KUYE

Secretary to Adamawa State Government (SSG), Bashir Ahmed has stated that the State has recorded two more COVID-19 cases.

Adamawa now has four cases of coronavirus in the state.

Ahmed, who doubles as the State Chairman of COVID-19 Containment Committee, stated this on Friday during a briefing.

He said the new cases have no link to the other two in the state.

He said the two new cases were determined after the Committee received a report of nine out of the eleven samples sent to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) in which seven were found negative and two showed positive.

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According to him, the two new cases are one from Hildi, Hong local government area and the other who is a female is in Saminaka, Yola South local government area.

The index case is a resident of Jimeta in Yola North local government area while the second case is based in Mubi, a prominent town far north of the state capital, Yola.

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