Cross River State Remains COVID-19 Free As Result Of 4 Suspected Case Returns Negative

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

The Cross River State Government has disclosed that the State remains COVID-19 free.

The disclosure was made by the State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Betta Edu after receiving the result from the testing center.

In her words, “All samples taken to irua return NEGATIVE!”

Cross River State had four suspected case of Coronavirus.

See update on cases do far by NCDC below.

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