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Were You a Passenger on the British Airways Flight 75 that Landed in Lagos On Friday? Here’s what You Need to Do

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On Tuesday morning, the Special Assistant to the governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on New Media, Jubril Gawat, shared on Twitter that a third case of the coronavirus has been confirmed in Lagos.

Following the confirmation case, the Lagos State government is calling on all passengers who were on the British Airways Flight 75 that arrived Lagos on Friday, March 13, to isolate themselves now.

The Commissioner for Health of Lagos State, Akin Abayomi, shared a tweet on what the passengers need to. He wrote:

Breaking! #COVID19Lagos Updates
If you are a passenger on flight BA 75 that arrived in Lagos on 13th March 2020, stay at home and isolate yourself for 14 days.
Call
@LSMOH
hotlines now; 08000corona, 08023169485,
08033565529,
08052817243, 08028971864, 08059758886, 08035387653

The patient is a 30-year-old Nigerian woman who returned from the UK on Tuesday, March 13, went into isolation, developed symptoms, and tested positive to the virus.

Let’s remember to avoid panic, stay safe and clean.

4 Comments

  1. BENNEX

    March 17, 2020 at 1:33 pm

    I THINK HE SHOULD LOOK FOR A WAY TO COMPENSATE THE AFFECTED INDIVIDUAL

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    • Lu

      March 17, 2020 at 5:30 pm

      Money is not everything? People’s health comes first, peoples lives are on the line ? This is a serious issue? If these people are let loose the disease would spread and take so many lives? So I believe to prevent the spreading is more important than compensation?

  2. Fleur

    March 18, 2020 at 3:15 am

    When we are tweedling our thumbs waiting for the puff adder to enter the house and bite someone with deadly consequences before we close the door. You close the door before the viper gets in when you have seen that it is likely a hitch hiker on on one of the persons coming in. I bet the reason the gates are still open is so that the rich and powerful and their kids can still go back and forth despite….

    What a country. DO we even have a single respirator anywhere?

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  3. Berlivel

    March 18, 2020 at 11:51 am

    More should be done to prevent this virus from spreading. An article shouldn’t just be written as this might not get to every passenger that was on that plane. I’m sure the airport has personal deetails of the passengers and should make use of it to mandatorily monitor and observe them to be sure they isolate themselves for 14 days.If measures aren’t put in place now,that we have just 3 registered persons that are infected then this virus wil spread wildly.

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