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Monday, October 09, 2017

Monkey Pox Virus Reportedly Hits Lagos State !

Oh My God!!!
The Lagos State Government on Monday revealed that two suspected cases of Monkey Pox have been recorded in the state.





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Commissioner for Health, Dr. Jide Idris disclosed this at a news conference on Monday, saying that the two suspected cases were currently being investigated .


Idris disclosed that the two suspected cases were recorded in a private hospital which he did not disclose. He added that one of the suspect just came from Bayelsa State and ate Bush meat. 


Idris said the two suspects were currently being quarantined in the their various houses pending the result of the investigation.


Idris called on residents of the State to remain calm and go about their businesses without fear as the government had put in place adequate measures to effectively prevent and control the spread of the infection to the State.


In case of any suspected case of Monkey Pox, the Lagos State Ministry of Health should be notified through the following mobile lines: 08037170614, 09087106072,” 

From P. M news




36 comments:

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    1. Chicken pox,
      Bird flu,
      Lassa fever,
      Ebola,
      Monkey pox;All in Nigeria!

      Have we in any way wrong the gods of the animal kingdom??

      #FB

      @MARTINS ABOY

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    2. Martins, please read Luke 21:11 bro. Also Matthew 24:4-14...

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    3. Shuooo....
      Play play this thing don the waka o....shuooo!
      Abeg o God.

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    4. Especially monkey... Haba

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    5. E remain swine flu and mad cow disease

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  2. Olorun gbawa lowo aarun orisirisi to gba ilu kan yi

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    1. Amin Jesu. People should STOP eating bush meat when it's not a must to on them. I cover myself and my family with the blood of Jesus Christ.

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  3. The above pic.. Goose bumps๐Ÿ˜จ๐Ÿ˜ฑ

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  4. Oh no! Lagos??? Help us lord!

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    1. They had better control it, I can remember the measures goodluck took to control Ebola, so this government better have this under control or else it will be a major disgrace if it spreads any further

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  5. Obara Jesus mere me ebere*๐Ÿ˜ฑ

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  6. Obara Jesus mere me ebere*๐Ÿ˜ฑ

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  7. This picture gave me goose bumps, Trypophobia? Everybody should invest in hand sanitizers abeg.

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    1. Viewers discretion Stella.. Omg! ๐Ÿ™Š ๐Ÿ™Š ๐Ÿ™Š see the mouth of the poor child

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    1. Things like dis no dey reach ikorodu. Abi u see ebola for ikorodu?

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    2. Hi Chief and Queen, howdy sweerie?
      Sometimes I wonder why Africa is always plagued with these endemic diseases.May God help and heal those already affected.

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    3. Hi Chief and Queen, howdy sweerie?
      Sometimes I wonder why Africa is always plagued with these endemic diseases.May God help and heal those already affected.

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    4. Monkey brain@queen and boss of monkey. No be onlly ikorodu. Anofia,ekewsu

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    5. She's coming for you in 3,2,1......

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  9. God will have mercy on us. Hi Stella! Been a while.

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  10. Jisos๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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  11. Ye I just dey chop suya. Moku mogbe modaran

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  12. Uwa nmebi!๐Ÿ™†๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜ฌ

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  13. Money pox we don't want you at all.

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  14. God have mercy.
    Viewers discretion @ Stella.

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  15. Monkey pox is a viral infection, a mild variant of small pox which was eradicated many years ago. It's self limiting though. Thank God its not a variant of ebola though, it occurs sporadically in africa, endemic in congo. Its well.Ps avoid Bush meat, any strange beef and contact with wild animals.

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    1. anonymous to bahd10 October 2017 at 08:23

      That contact own go hard small o, we come in contact with wild animals daily on every post here...! I for mention few names but they did a good job of exposing demselves yesterday!

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  16. Na to put sand sand for Bush Meat sellers. I go still go Fadaland over the weekend before porting. Monkeypox gbakwa oku.

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