The Delta State Police Command has sealed the structure of a private hospital where the second case of COVID-19 was very first admitted for treatment in the Warri South Local Government Area of the state.
According to Punch, the Divisional Police Officer DPO, A Division, Warri, Onyeke Ezekiel, and other neighborhood leaders led the operation to seal the structure on Friday.
“In a rather unexpected situation, the shutdown was welcomed with some resistance from locals in the location.
“The floor structure real estate the center likewise plays host to domestic residents, while the center occupies one of the flats.
“The fatal case which is a pastor of a popular church in Warri, passed away on Thursday at the DELSUTH Isolation Centre, Oghara after revealing severe signs of the unique coronavirus,” a source stated.
When called, the State Police Public Relations Officer, Onome Onovwakpoyeya, validated the advancement.
She stated, “Yes, it holds. The police sealed the structure because the COVID-19 patient that passed away on Thursday was very first confessed in the hospital. He was a pastor. He was dealt with there up until the case ended up being worst, then he was moved to Oghara, and he passed away right away they arrived.
“The police went there and found that there are still other clients getting treatment in the hospital. Thus, they sealed the structure.”