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Osun State Records 2 Covid-19 Deaths and 14 New Cases

The Osun Government says it has recorded two coronavirus related deaths with 14 new cases in the state

The Government of the date of Osun says two Covid-19 deaths as well as 14 new cases has been recorded in the state.

Osun state’s Commissioner for Health, Dr Rafiu Isamotu announced this in a statement in Osogbo earlier today (Sunday July 25).

Dr Isamotu said that four patients had been discharged from the treatment and isolation centre after they tested negative to the virus.

The commissioner said the new cases were discovered, following contact tracing of previous confirmed cases in the state.

He further added that the number of confirmed cases in the state with the new cases included has risen to 165 with 95 active cases

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He said :

“With the latest development, the number of our active cases as at today, is 95. We have 165 confirmed cases, out of which the state has successfully treated and discharged 63 patients while seven deaths have been recorded,”

He therefore appealed to residents of the state to always observe all the precautionary measures put down by the state government against the spread of the virus.

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