The Ogun State Government has confirmed that a 30-year-old daughter of the third case in the state who is a United Kingdom-returnee in Sagamu has tested positive for COVID-19.
The 4th case was confirmed on Monday, March 30, 2020, a few hours after 128 bed-isolation centers were inaugurated.
Prior to the recent confirmed case of COVID-19, the state had recorded three cases which included the first index in Nigeria.
Tomi Coker, the commissioner for health in the state disclosed this on Tuesday, March 31, 2020, while briefing newsmen on the update of the coronavirus in the state.
Coker said the state ran 68 tests after which four persons were confirmed to be positive while 58 persons were negative.
She added that six cases were pending while 112 contact tracing of individuals had been made.
Coker said, “Last night, we had a new confirmed COVID-19 case which is a 30-year-old female and a contact of the third case.
“So far in Ogun State, we run 68 tests of which we have four positive. The four positives are actually two clusters. The second case is the contact of the first. And the fourth case is the contact of the third.
“As I said we ran 68 tests, four positive, 58 negative. And six are pending. We also have 112 contacts tracing of individuals of which 40 have completed their 14 days follow – up. We are currently, actively following 72 cases.”