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Coronavirus: El-Rufai govt orders compulsory test on anyone coming into Kaduna

Kaduna State Government has taken measures to guard the folks of the state from the widespread of the coronavirus pandemic.

The state Deputy Governor, Dr Hadiza Balarebe, mentioned that herself and the state Ministry of Health met with growth companions and have began a collection of actions geared toward defending the folks of the state from the illness.

Dr Hadiza Balarebe defined that the state authorities despatched a medical staff to the airport, prepare stations and motor parks to test passengers who have been coming into Kaduna.

She defined that the staff usually took the passengers’ physique temperature on the airport and appeared out for early signs of coronavirus illness.

The Deputy Governor defined, “At the motor parks and trains, our teams gave out fliers and handbills, detailing symptoms of the disease and what to do to prevent the spread of coronavirus.”

She added that the well being officers have been embarking on sensitization marketing campaign within the media, advising residents to strictly adhere to easy hygiene washing their arms commonly with cleaning soap and operating water or with hand sanitizers.

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The Deputy Governor confused, “People are also advised to cough or sneeze in a tissue paper or handkerchiefs and dispose them properly after use. Those that don’t have handkerchiefs or tissues should sneeze or cough into a sleeve of a bent elbow.”

She defined that the Infectious Disease Control Centre, DCC, and public hospitals in Kaduna have been stocked with medication and medical consumables, including that medical doctors and well being employees have been totally briefed on what to do in case of an emergency.

According to her, though there was no recorded case of Coronavirus within the state, she warned that there’s nonetheless no identified treatment for the illness however hospitals may give palliative to deal with signs like cough and fever.


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