Ekiti State Government has stated that four out of the six active cases of Covid-19 patients in the isolation centre were stable, and the other two having tested negative, would be discharged soon.
The Commissioner for Health and Human Services, Dr. Mojisola
Yaya-Kolade, made this known while briefing journalists on the update of Covid-19 pandemic in the State.
Dr. Yaya-Kolade, who affirmed that pilot testing would commence
Thursday among health workers, noted that churches and mosques were to remain closed. She maintained that the testing would be extended to all the sixteen Local Government Areas (LGAs) of the State.
The Coordinator of the State Taskforce on COVID-19, Professor Mobolaji Aluko, said the security guidelines still remain the same, stressing that the dawn to dusk curfew is very much in place.
He reiterated the importance of wearing face masks in public at all times, to safeguard the people against COVID-19 infection.
The Commissioner for Environment and Natural Resources, Mr. Gbenga Agbeyo, explained that fumigation of public places was on-going, adding that efforts were in top gear, to get all the schools disinfected before resumption of the students.