In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 11th, June, 2020

15 Coronavirus Circumstances In Bauchi State Got here From Cross River State

15 Coronavirus Cases In Bauchi State Came From Cross River State

Gov Bala

Governor Mohammed Bala

Governor Mohammed Bala has disclosed that 15 Coronavirus circumstances in Bauchi state he governs got here from “infection-free” Cross River state.

In the meantime, Cross River is but to document a single case of the coronavirus illness

Whereas FG recognized low testing as among the components why the state has not recorded any case, the state authorities claimed the measures it put in place was liable for its Covid-19-free standing

The Cable, citing Channels TV as its supply, studies that Governor Bala disclosed this at a press briefing on Wednesday, June 10.

The newspaper notes that in a veiled reference to Governor Ben Ayade, his Cross River state counterpart, Governor Bala mentioned: “I don’t need to be a part of points with anyone. However I need to inform Nigerians that they will be accountable to God.

“There isn’t any want pretending that this factor is just not there. We, as leaders, should come out and face the challenges. We in Bauchi, we aren’t pretending.”

Cross River is the one state the place any case of COVID-19 has not been confirmed within the nation.

Earlier, it was reported group of the Presidential Process Pressure on Covid-19 visited Cross River state to probe the coronavirus-free standing of the state.

The group discovered some key components why the south-south state has not recorded a single case. Among the components embrace inadequacy of surveillance system, low testing capability and absence of personnel.

Nonetheless, the Cross River state authorities has repeatedly mentioned the measures it put in place labored in making the state freed from the illness.

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