Covid19: Plateau reported another 20 new cases of covid19 in the state
Since the outbreak of the global pandemic covid19 the plateau state government have not relent but have been doing everything humanly possible to stop the spread of the virus in the state.
It will be recalled that the state was on lockdown for about a month as measure to curb the virus, and also went forward to create an isolation center.
On recording it first case in April, the infection has raise 571 cases with 16 death.
See details 643 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria;
With plateau having 20 new cases Again yesterday was 28 bring 48 cases in 2days and the government is not saying anything.
Plateau now have 591 confirmed cases of covid19 virus, 315 active cases, 260 discharged and 16 death.
But surprisingly some person's think that covid 19 in the state is political.
Citizen don't longer treat the prevention measures important.
Please stay safe as you think plateau and act plateau.
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