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Cross River Docs Declare Indefinite Strike After Accusing Governor Of Hiding COVID-19 Sufferers


Ben Ayade

 

The Nigerian Medical Affiliation (NMA) Cross River chapter has launched into an indefinite strike within the state.

 

The medical doctors made this recognized in a letter addressed to the Minister of Well being, Osagie Ehanire, from the state chairman of the affiliation, Agam Ayuk, on Sunday.

 

Ayuk questioned why the Nigeria Centre for Illness Management (NCDC), was not together with Cross River in its day by day COVID-19 replace.

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Cross River is the one state in Nigeria the place no single case of COVID-19 has been formally confirmed.

 

The affiliation claimed 5 constructive circumstances had their exams executed at an NCDC-approved laboratory, however their outcomes weren’t been printed within the company’s scenario report.

“The Affiliation calls for an evidence from NCDC, why the 5 (5) COVID-19 confirmed circumstances from UCTH carried out on the NCDC accredited Molecular Laboratory at Alex Ekwueme College Instructing Hospital, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State haven’t mirrored within the day by day scenario report of NCDC lengthy after outcomes had been transmitted to UCTH since July 1, 2020. Congress calls for replace of the NCDC scenario report as a matter of pressing public well being curiosity,” a part of the letter learn.

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It added that: “The NCDC is placed on discover that the Cross River State Authorities has abdicated her duty of contact tracing, therapy and take care of the 5 (5) confirmed circumstances which will not be unconnected with the delay in publication of the outcomes by NCDC.”

 

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