Chikwe Ihekweazu, director-basic of the Nigeria Centre for Condition Command (NCDC), has explained why some COVID-19 patients dance in isolation centres.
Ihekweazu claimed the ailment might not be as difficult on some as it would be on other individuals.
The NCDC boss said this when speaking during a Channels Tv programme on Thursday, stating individuals sufferers are at the isolation in order to stop them from spreading the virus.
He reported: “I believe individuals really want to have an understanding of why individuals are being place in these centres. Ordinarily, you only go into a clinic when you’re ill, get a prognosis, and then you are from time to time admitted if you are extremely sick.
“But in this circumstance, adhering to the encounter from other nations around the world, we made a determination as a country to also place men and women in isolation centres not just mainly because they are ill on their very own but in purchase to halt them from transmitting this virus to other individuals.”
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He recalled that some people becoming quarantined when he visited China “could exercise and dance for the reason that it is not effortless to be someplace, in isolation for three to 4 months when you are not physically ill”.
“So, these are points we have to use to reassess our conclusions. It is incredibly hard to make decisions primarily based on one particular viral online video. 1 Whatsapp video clip does not represent the working experience of folks across the state,” the NCDC DG added.
“It is very significant that as leaders we are not pushed down a determination route because 1 video clip occurred to go viral. Several folks in these centres all-around the region are complying.”