About 18 Nigerian Army generals have tested positive for (COVID-19), military sources have revealed.
Channels News TV revealed that they were informed by sources that the infected military officers were said to have had contact with late Major General Olu Irefin who died from COVID-19 complications a week ago.
According to the sources, the affected senior armed force officers were participants of the 2020 Chief of Army Staff Annual Conference at the Nigerian Army Resource Center in Abuja.
Furthermore, late General Irefin was said to have visited a portion of his associates at home before he went to the meeting.
From that point, all the officers who went to the gathering, their wives, and different individuals from their families who live with them, have been coordinated to segregate themselves for seven days by the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC).
The sources uncovered that the affected senior armed force officers were generally the individuals who came from outside Abuja and have been tested by authorities of the NCDC.
Notwithstanding, other people who were in the country’s capital presently can’t seem to step through the examination for the infection.
Channels Television likewise discovered that the setting of the prematurely ended gathering – the Nigerian Army Resource Center in Asokoro – has been purified by wellbeing authorities at the end of the week
Significant General Irefin became sick at the 2020 Chief of Army Staff Conference a week ago and was taken to the emergency clinic.
He was later affirmed to be positive for COVID-19 and was getting treatment before he died.
The late broad was the General Officer Commanding (GOC) Six Division of the Army in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital.* BEST DEALS & OFFERS*
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