COVID-19: MultiChoice Warns Customers Who Visited Jericho Office Between This Date To Go For Test
By DareAdeniran | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1384 views
MultiChoice, owner of the popular pay t.v, DStv, has revealed that someone who recently visited one of its Oyo State, Ibadan offices has been tested positive to the deadly coronavirus.
The company, in a press release signed by one Caroline Oghuma, has therefore advised customers who visited its 14, Onireke, Jericho, Ibadan office between 27 June and 11 July, 2020, who might have been exposed to the said individual, to isolate and contact NCDC for proper advise.
"We recently discovered that an individual who was at 14, Onireke Street, Jericho, Ibadan, Oyo State, has tested positive to COVID-19. This person is now receiving medical care.
If you visited the branch in the past two weeks between 27 June and 11 July 2020, you may have been in contact with this individual, and likely exposed."
Since its outbreak sometimes in February this year, COVID-19, no doubt, has remained a serious menace not only to Nigeria but the world generally.
As of today, the total confirmed cases of coronavirus in Nigeria stands at 36,663, 15,105 discharged and 789 deaths so far.
While Oyo State has recorded confirmed cases of 2,167, 1,116 recovered and 20 deaths.
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