Pay television company, MultiChoice, in an email on Monday to customers in Oyo State informed them that individuals who have visited their Onireke Branch in the state capital may have been exposed to the dreaded coronavirus.
In the email signed by one Caroline Oghuma on behalf of MultiChoice, the company specifically stated that an individual who was at their branch located at 14, Onireke Street, Jericho, Ibadan recently has tested positive to Covid-19 and is now receiving medical care.
The email therefore advised all those who have been at the said branch of MultiChoice in the past two weeks, between 27th June to 11th July, to self Isolate and contact the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) for advice.
Recall that Covid-19 has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO).
The pandemic has led to many loss of lives globally including Nigeria.
Oyo state has not been spared. Even the state governor, Mr. Seyi Makinde has once tested positive to Covid-19, even though he has since been declared free from the virus.
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