Kano State Govt. Reveals 22 COVID-19 Cases Have Tested Negative.

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Kano state commissioner for health, Dr. Ibrahim Tsanyawa, revealed in a statement that 22 of the 25 suspected Coronavirus cases in the state have tested negative to the virus while three others are still pending.

The commissioner further noted that the state government had adopted proactive measures to prevent spread of the pandemic in the state.

He listed some of the measures to include closure of schools, restriction of movements and closure of state boundary, encouraged stay-at-home order, promote practice of hand washing, environment and personal hygiene as well as social distancing.

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