Bed occupancy in Lagos COVID-19 centres decreased to 8%
Prof. Akin Abayomi, the Lagos State Commissioner for Health, has announced the bed occupancy in the states public and private COVID-19 care centre has reduced from 60% to 8%.
Adayomi made the announcement Thursday evening via his verified Twitter account. He indicated that as of the beginning of February, the bed occupancy within both private and public COVID-19 centres has dramatically declined. His research indicated that 5 out of the eleven private and public care centres in the state were completely empty.
Finally indicating that 520 beds were available from the total across the 11 COVID-19 care centres. The positive news comes a number of days after the Government have announced the COVID-19 vaccine inoculations have begun.
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Source: The Guardian, March 2021
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