‘I hope to resume work soon’, Abba Kyari speaks 6 days after testing positive for Coronavirus

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Abba Kyari says he has not encountered any manifestations related with coronavirus.

Head of Staff to the President, Abba Kyari says he has not encountered any indications related with coronavirus.(Daily Post)

Head of Staff to the President, Abba Kyari says he has not encountered any indications related with coronavirus.(Daily Post)

Six days after he tried positive for coronavirus, Abba Kyari, President Muhammadu Buhari’s Chief of Staff ended his quiet.

In an announcement marked by him on Sunday, March 29, 2020, Kyari said he would be moved to Lagos for tests and perception, including that he had been following the conventions the legislature reported on self-disengagement.

He likewise said he has not experienced high fever or different indications related with the infection.

Kyari, who unveiled that he’s been telecommuting, said he would have liked to continue at his work area very soon.

Here is the full content of his press explanation.

I am writing to tell you that on clinical counsel, I will move to Lagos later today for extra tests and perception. This is a careful step: I feel well, yet a week ago, I tried positive for coronavirus, the pandemic that is clearing the world. I have followed all the conventions government has reported to self-detach and isolate.

I have made my own consideration game plans to evade further troubling the general wellbeing framework, which faces such huge numbers of weights. In the same way as other others that will test additionally positive, I have not experienced high fever or different manifestations related with this new infection and have been telecommuting. I plan to be back at my work area very soon. I have a group of youthful, proficient, learned and enthusiastic associates, whose commitment has been past the honorable obligation, who keep on working seven days per week, with no time saved. We will keep on serving the President and individuals of Nigeria, as we have for as far back as five years.

I need to thank all our incredible, skilled and fearless human services experts, working the nation over in such a troublesome time; all the great Samaritans paying special mind to the most powerless in our networks; the key laborers that will prop our nation up through this; loved ones and frequently outsiders, who have sent me such warm wishes and showed such a liberality of soul.

We ought to be quiet, estimated and diligent — be careful in your cleanliness, particularly with cleaning hands, if conceivable remain at home or stay away. Tune in to solid counsel from the correct specialists: pay no notice to quack fixes or phony news from web-based social networking. President Buhari will take the necessary steps to secure the wellbeing and wellbeing of our kin and recover the nation on its feet as quickly as time permits.

Like the entire world, we are managing another sickness. Our specialists are learning all the more all the time about coronavirus, what it does and how we can battle it. What we can be sure of is that while some may turn out to be extremely debilitated, numerous other people who contract the infection won’t, and may have no indications by any stretch of the imagination. This is an illness that perceives no contrast among north and south, men or ladies, rich or poor. We are all right now.