Nigeria records fourth Coronavirus death in LUTH, Lagos

Nigeria has recorded her fourth Coronavirus death in Lagos State Teaching Hospital Lagos, Nigeria (LUTH) after an infected renal patient dies of Coronavirus complications.

A 55-year-old man who was admitted to the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi-Araba, has died in the facility.

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A reliable source at the tertiary hospital said the man died of COVID-19 complications.

The returnee died a few hours after his admission to the Federal Government-owned facility which makes Nigeria’s fourth Coronavirus death.

According to Punch, “the source said the hospital discovered that the patient had COVID-19 after he tested positive to the virus when a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test was done on his blood posthumously.

“Fingerprint antibody test was done on him, confirming his COVID-19 infection,”

However, several brows have been raised on Twitter over the circumstance that led to the fourth Coronavirus death. There are reports that the man’s family had hidden the information about his recent return from Europe as well as exhibited symptoms.

See tweets below:

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