United Nations send away 3,000 personnel in Kano

United Nations send away 3,000 personnel in Kano
The United Nations and the World Health Organization have sent 3,000 of their faculty in Kano State to react to the pandemic in the state. 

The Chairman of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, Boss Mustapha, made this known during a preparation in Abuja on Friday evening. 

Mustapha, who is additionally the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, said the Federal Government's reaction in Kano has started yielding a few outcomes. 

He stated, "I wish to illuminate you that our reaction to the circumstance in Kano State is creating expected results since testing was increase. 

"The state team in a joint effort with our group have additionally extended contact following and detachment. 

"A great deal of accentuations are being put on the preparation of various classes of labor – clinical, nursing, cleaners and so on, the structure of limit with regards to coordination and care the board and flexibly chain. We are likewise assembling a structure from the Presidential Task Force group to offer help on a full-time premise. 

"The United Nations framework facilitated by the World Health Organization is additionally assembling a hunt group and repurposing 3,000 network sources from the Primary Healthcare in Kano State to fortify the coordination of COVID-19 at state and nearby government levels. 

"In spite of the fact that the spike in numbers coming out of Kano is somewhat troubling, worldwide patterns demonstrated that such shows disclosure of already undetected cases and makes more noteworthy open doors for location and detachment, care and the board." 

Newsmen report that the Nigeria Center for Disease Control as of Thursday night said Kano recorded 80 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the all out contaminations affirmed in the state to 219 with zero recuperation yet five fatalities. 

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