News Bauchi discharges 20 more coronavirus patients

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Bauchi discharges 20 more coronavirus patients

News Bauchi discharges 20 more coronavirus patients

Bauchi state governor, Bala Mohammed has lamented how the novel Coronavirus has hindered preparations for local government elections in the state.

The Bauchi State Government has discharged 20 more patients who recovered from the COVID-19.

This was contained in an update by the state Health Ministry on Monday.

The newly discharged patients bring the total number of coronavirus recoveries in the state to 89.

According to the update, the 20 patients were discharged on Sunday after weeks of receiving treatment at the state Isolation Centre.

It also said their results came out negative twice for the virus before they were allowed to rejoin the society.

Meanwhile, the state has confirmed three new infections with cases now 215.

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