The Kwara State Government has now converted its state Hajj camp into a 600-bed isolation center in a bid to fight off the novel #COVID-19
In a statement on his official twitter account, Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq made this known.
“No nation is sufficiently prepared for this pandemic but we all have to do what we can to fight it while we continue to improve on what we have every day. This is exactly what we are doing in Kwara. We have successfully converted our hajj camp into a 600-bed isolation center…
That is apart from the 10-bed ultra-modern, fully-equipped Intensive Care Unit of the Kwara State Infectious Disease Centre (IDC) that our administration had recently built to manage patients in advanced stage of COVID-19 and…
another 60-bed extension of our isolation centre at the Sobi Specialist Hospital, Alagbado, Ilorin. We have also started the erection of such facility in Offa local government”
Furthermore, in another tweet, He went on to showcase the 60 bed-extension at the Infectious Disease Center, Sobi Specialist Hospital
Inside our 60 bed-extension at the Infectious Disease Center, Sobi Specialist Hospital. pic.twitter.com/c5OrL9wDXJ— Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq (@RealAARahman) April 20, 2020