This brings the total confirmed cases in the state to seven.
Rafiu Isamotu made this known via a statement on Wednesday.
“Samples of the new cases were taken during the contact tracing we embarked upon and sent for confirmation test at the NCDC accredited testing centre in Ede. The results of their samples came back positive this afternoon.”
He disclosed that the new cases makes the total number of active cases in Osun, seven.
“The detection of the three cases brings to seven the number of active COVID-19 cases we have in Osun, as at (of) 13 May, 2020. The three new cases have been admitted at our Isolation and treatment centre,” he said.
The Osun state Government imposed a daily curfew from 5pm to 6am as part of measures to curb the spread of the disease
It also set up a 21-member committee to cushion the effect of the deadly virus on residents.
Mr Oyetola’s government deployed Amotekun operatives to join in the enforcement of the curfew and inter state boundary closure order.
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