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The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has discharged four Abuja Coronavirus (COVID-19) patients after recovering from the disease.
In a tweet on Saturday, the FCTA said the total number of patients discharged in the nation’s capital has hit eleven.
“The FCTA has confirmed the discharge of four (4) #COVID19 patients, bringing the total number of discharged to eleven (11) in the FCT as at 12:30am, April 11th, 2020,
“The FCTA remains committed to curbing the spread of the virus in the territory,” the tweet read.
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