Lagos - The Federal Government has declared First Consultant Medical Centre at Obalende, Lagos, the hospital which treated Nigeria’s Ebola index case, Patrick Sawyer decontaminated and safe to continue with medical services, Punch reports.
The private hospital was shut down by the Lagos State Government after the Liberia-American Patrick Sawyer died from symptoms of deadly Ebola Virus a while after flying in from from Liberia to attend an ECOWAS conference in Calabar, Cross Rivers state.
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The Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Jide Idris, notified First Consultants that it had been cleared to re-open for business, having undergone three rounds of state-certified decontamination processes.
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