Abayomi unveiled this at a press instructions in Ikeja, Lagos state capital, on Friday.He said the state was at present creating methodologies for overseeing asymptomatic patients at home to address the anticipated ascent in number of cases. He stated, “We’ve been trying more. We’ve been heightening our ability to test for COVID-19 and what we’ve found is that the more we test, the more we discover, which is an impression of the way that COVID-19 is spreading inside the network and we’re discovering a greater number of cases than we can oversee in the long run when we project.
“If we continue with the pace of positive testing that we are getting, we’re going to come up short on detachment beds in our built up separation facilities. “Therefore, we are anticipating. In the event that we continue getting 150 to 200 positive patients ordinarily, in another half a month, despite the fact that we’re opening new separation places constantly, in time, we’re going to come up short on beds.”
In perspective on this, he said the state was as of now creating techniques for overseeing asymptomatic patients at home to address the anticipated ascent in number of cases.