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May 27, 2020

Stay Informed by the Right Source.

We are aware that in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of fake news has been circulating on various communication channels. We also understand how this can trigger pain, anxiety and unnecessary stress.

Recently, an unconfirmed list of hospitals was distributed across various social media platforms. It was claimed that said hospitals have been shut down because they have come in contact with patients who were positive with COVID-19.

Also, unauthorized videos about how the virus can be treated have been making the rounds. It is important to verify the source of any piece of news before forwarding it. While it is important to stay up to date on information about COVID-19, it is helpful to seek updates from authentic and verified sources.

For verified COVID-19 updates in Nigeria, visit NCDC’s official website at https://covid19.ncdc.gov.ng/ or the NCDC social media handles on Twitter and Instagram.

To know the operational hospitals and medical laboratories near you, contact us on +234 (0) 805 732 4775 or customer@isnmedical.com.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more tips and information for staying safe in the midst of a pandemic.


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