Vice Chancellor Of Benue State University Tests Positive For COVID-19

Vice Chancellor Of Benue State University Tests Positive For COVID-19

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Medics work at the coronavirus isolation centre at the Mbagathi Hospital in Nairobi, Kenya, March 6, 2020. | Fred Mutune/Xinhua
The vice chancellor of Benue State University, BSU, Makurdi, Professor Msugh Hembe, has tested positive for COVID-19.
Hembe disclosed this on his Facebook post on Thursday, July 2, 2020.
The vice chancellor urged all staff of the University and his close associates to get tested, isolate and be pragmatic.
Prof. Hembe in his statement said: “On Monday, June 29, 2020, my test result for the COVID-19 returned positive.
“I had fever and body fatigue the previous week, I have been in isolation since I found out about my positive exposure to the virus. I am of course managing the virus now. I must at this point express my appreciation to the… Governor of Benue State, Samuel Ortom and also the state Task Force on COVID-19 headed by the deputy governor, Benson Abounu, for their timely support to ensure I get the required medical attention.
“Staff of Benue State University and close associates are urged to check themselves, isolate and be pragmatic. The virus doesn’t move, we move it. Take responsibility.”

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