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The Nigerian Government has unveiled that the 15 wellbeing staff from China are to be tried today (Thursday) to learn their COVID-19 status.

The Minister of Health, Dr. Ehanire Osagie unveiled this during a press instructions in Abuja on Wednesday.

The Chinese specialists, who showed up in Nigeria fourteen days prior, were sent into segregation.

They have had a few meetings with executives, as indicated by the Nigerian government, with specialists and specialized officials of the Ministry of Health, the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) and other significant specialists from disengagement.

Talking at the press instructions of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 in Abuja, the Minister stated, “I was reminded that the individuals who originated from China had gone through 14 days in isolate and I requested that the test be finished. The COVID-19 test swabs are to be stepped through tomorrow and the exam will be done to settle if any of them has any disease.”

On the ending of testing in Kano State because of practically no reagents in the research centers, Ehanire stated, “With respect to the testing in Kano, there was a report that they had diminished accessibility of reagents and they were provided that.

“Notwithstanding that, there was a brief stop in exercises since a portion of the work people in the research facility got tainted and the lab must be closed down for purification, which was simply impermanent. With respect to provisions of reagents, they had been recharged. They currently have individual defensive gear (PPE) and reagents.

“The job of essential human services is significant in this activity as in now we are in the network transmission stage. We have passed that time when individuals used to imagine that the coronavirus contamination was something for rich individuals who originated from abroad.

“Since it has gotten to the network transmission level, it is truly down to the grassroots, and the job of the essential human services becomes an integral factor. It is significant for them to have the option to do observation and raise the file of doubt.

“We are doing focused on testing, and at this moment, bunch testing has been useful in having the option to recognize places; that is the reason you see such a large number of them presently being found in the Lagos region and furthermore in Abuja.”

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