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38-year-old pregnant victim dies in Ogun state

The second victim of Lassa fever in Ogun State is dead.

Lassa Fever

According to recent reports, the second victim of Lassa fever in Ogun State is dead.

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The victim was a pregnant 38-year-old woman and was about completing her 21-day isolation period.

Similarly, Babatunde IpayeCommissioner for health, Ogun stateduring a visit to the , Ogun State on Saturday said that the number of primary contact the first lassa fever state in Ogun has increased from 60 persons to 110.

The first victim, 28-year-old lady is said to have travelled to Ebonyi for a burial ceremony, on getting back to Ogun state she stated showing symptoms of Lassa fever.

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