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COVID-19 : Osun State Records Five New Cases of Deadly UK Strains

On Sunday January 31, 2021, The Osun State Government announced that the state has recorded five cases of the violent and deadly B117 strain of COVID-19, which was first reported in the United Kingdom.

In a statement signed by Funke Egbemode, the State Commissioner for Information and Civic Orientation, she said :

The government of the state of Osun regrets to announce that the State has in the past few days recorded five cases of the violent and deadly B117 strain of COVID-19, which was first reported in the United Kingdom.

“This is particularly worrisome because it is barely a week that the Presidential Task Force on Covid-19 announced the discovery of the strain in Nigeria, and Osun already has five cases .

“Considering the continued disregard and defiance for safety protocols in the state, the government is extremely concerned about the days ahead.

This new strain spreads faster and kills quicker. If it continues to grow, more citizens will become vulnerable and those with underlying ailments more endangered.

“We cannot continue to act like Covid-19 is not real. It is not just a sad reality but one that has changed momentum with this more deadly strain.”

Funke Egbemode however, enjoined the residents of the state to scale up their personal responsibility for safety by complying with all the non-pharmaceutical protocols outlined by the government, to avoid tragic consequences.

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