If you are in Ogun State, there any may be the need to get tested for COVID-19 in your neighborhood without stress.
This is what the state government is doing to further flatten the curve of coronavirus spread in Ogun.
Governor Dapo Abiodun, in a statement on Sunday said it has released a schedule for the free testing of suspected patients of COVID-19 across the state.
As seen by our correspondent, the schedule has in it, dates, venues and time for the exercise across all towns, villages and hamlets across the 20 Local Government Areas in the Gateway state.
In each of the 236 wards in all, there are allocated medical officers and scientists, who it was gathered, are to work on rotational basis.
This is mainly to ascertain the Coronavirus status of indigenes and residents of the area, who turn up for screening in each Local government and wards, at the dedicated venues and dates designated for the exercise.
Gov. Abiodun, in a statement released in Abeokuta, Sunday, urges everyone who falls within the national (NCDC) case definition, especially those with symptoms, to come forward and be tested for free. This, according to him, will reduce the continued possibility of community transmission.
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