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Nigerian Army set to deploy medical personnel to fight COVID-19

As part of efforts to combat the coronavirus disease, the Nigerian military is set to deploy eighty medical personnel to complement the number of health workers fighting the virus.
 
Coordinator, Defence Media Operations, Major General John Enenche while briefing defence correspondents on the preparedness of the Nigerian Armed Forces to manage COVID-19 cases, said that the eighty medical personnel had commenced the requisite training and would soon be deployed.
 
He said an additional treatment centre had been provided at the Nigerian Navy Reference Hospital, Navy Town, Ojo, Lagos, bringing the number to eighteen.
 
Also, the Delta State Government has advised the public, especially residents of Warri to discountenance video clips on the purported threatening of Warri residents by Military personnel in the wake of COVID-19 lockdown.
 
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