Walio Orientation Camp of the National Youth Service Corps in Ganjuwa Local Government in Bauchi have reported no fewer than eight of her corps members tested positive to the noble coronavirus disease.
This is coming not too long after NYSC said none of her members has been tested positive.
This was confirmed in a statement signed by the Bauchi Primary Healthcare Agency Information Officer of, Ibrahim Sani who confirmed the development.
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He further said that the chairman of the agency has further instructed a surveillance team to carry out sample collection and investigation of all corp members undergoing training in the camp to avoid de-escalation.
In other to prevent further spread of the virus, the National Youth Service Corps State director has further added a holding room for those with suspected symptoms and cases of the virus.
In the same vein, two more persons have died of suspected yellow fever and the number of death to 10 since its outbreak in the last few days. However, the agency had put in place another response team of the local government and at the state to see to a possible way out of the new outbreak.