Abayomi announced this on Monday via his Facebook account @Profakinolaabayomi while posting the state’s COVID-19 update for the reported days.
He said this between May 9 and 10. September; The state reported seven COVID-19-related deaths each day, while it recorded 11 deaths on September 11th.
According to him, the 25 recorded deaths brought the state’s death toll to 605.
The commissioner said that 7,380 COVID-19 tests were carried out on the reported dates, of which 401 cases were confirmed positive.
He said the new infections increased the number of COVID -19 cases in the state would have increased to 74,970.
Abayomi said there were currently 217 positive cases in the state’s isolation centers and 2,345 active cases of infection in various communities across the state.
He said the 4,959 COVID-19 patients who were successfully treated and recovered were released from the state’s isolation centers.
The commissioner noted that 66,844 people were under home care of the state have recovered in the community.
Previously, Abayomi, d As the state currently manages COVID-19 through home care, tel medicine and isolation for patients with severe cases.
He added that testing in the state was ongoing and has become a social responsibility / p>
According to him, the state’s isolation consortium has been able to isolate 5,602 passengers of interest to date.
The commissioner stressed that the state’s goal is to keep the economy open and respond to the pandemic at the same time.