Expecting lady dies as Katsina confirms circumstances of Lassa fever

A 26-year-old pregnant lady has been verified useless after she analyzed optimistic to Lassa temperature in Katsstate.

The Government Secretary of the Katsina Condition Main Healthcare Growth Firm, Dr. Shamsudeen Yahaya, verified her demise at a push briefing on Wednesday.

He disclosed that the affected person passed away on Sunday evening around 10 pm. on the Typical Hospital, Kankia, NAN tales.

Yahaya confirmed that the condition has to this point recorded a whole of seven suspected conditions, out of which 4 have been destructive and two have been optimistic.

The deceased caught the illness after she journeyed to Bauchi State to get a social occasion, NAN tales.

He mentioned that the sufferers had been 4, out of who two fell sick together been taken to a medical center in Kusada after which that they had been referred to Kankia Typical Hospital.

“Seven samples have been collected, out of which four are destructive, two positive and one died, whereas the contrary individual is responding to treatment.

“The affected person, who passed away, was three months pregnant. The girl was admitted on January. 20. However the different 1 continues to be alive and is addressing therapy on the Common Medical center, Kankia.

“Now we have produced plans to maneuver her towards the isolation middle right here within Katsina,” he stated.

Yahaya added that the conditions had been being monitored simply by epidemiology unit, assuring occupants that each one well being services have been on alert for instant referral of suspected conditions and therapy.
A 26-year-old pregnant woman has been confirmed dead after she tested positive to Lassa fever in Katsstate.

The Executive Secretary of the Katsina State Primary Healthcare Development Agency, Dr. Shamsudeen Yahaya, confirmed her death at a press briefing on Wednesday.
He disclosed that the patient died on Sunday night at about 10 pm. at the General Hospital, Kankia, NAN reports.

Yahaya confirmed that the state has so far recorded a total of seven suspected cases, out of which four were negative and two were positive.
The deceased contracted the disease after she traveled to Bauchi State for a social event, NAN reports.
He said that the victims were four, out of whom two fell sick and were taken to a hospital in Kusada after which they were referred to Kankia General Hospital.

“Seven samples were collected, out of which four are negative, two positive and one died, while the other person is responding to treatment.
“The patient, who died, was three months pregnant. She was admitted on Jan. 20. But the other one is still alive and is responding to treatment at the General Hospital, Kankia.
“We have made plans to move her to the isolation center here in Katsina,” he said.

Yahaya added that the cases were being monitored by epidemiology unit, assuring residents that all health facilities were on alert for prompt referral of suspected cases and treatment.
A 26-year-old pregnant woman has been confirmed dead after she tested positive to Lassa fever in Katsstate.

The Executive Secretary of the Katsina State Primary Healthcare Development Agency, Dr. Shamsudeen Yahaya, confirmed her death at a press briefing on Wednesday.
He disclosed that the patient died on Sunday night at about 10 pm. at the General Hospital, Kankia, NAN reports.

Yahaya confirmed that the state has so far recorded a total of seven suspected cases, out of which four were negative and two were positive.
The deceased contracted the disease after she traveled to Bauchi State for a social event, NAN reports.
He said that the victims were four, out of whom two fell sick and were taken to a hospital in Kusada after which they were referred to Kankia General Hospital.

“Seven samples were collected, out of which four are negative, two positive and one died, while the other person is responding to treatment.
“The patient, who died, was three months pregnant. She was admitted on Jan. 20. But the other one is still alive and is responding to treatment at the General Hospital, Kankia.
“We have made plans to move her to the isolation center here in Katsina,” he said.

Yahaya added that the cases were being monitored by epidemiology unit, assuring residents that all health facilities were on alert for prompt referral of suspected cases and treatment.

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