The chairman of the COVID-19 presidential task force, Chief Mustapha, said on Thursday that the federal government was at the top of the situation in Kano state.
Kano The state has been hit by mysterious mass deaths in recent weeks.
He also recorded an increase in the incidence of COVID-19 with 139 confirmed cases on Wednesday night.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday ordered a total two-week blockade in the state in an attempt to resolve the crises.
Mustapha, who is also secretary of the Federation government, gave the guarantee at the PTF daily briefing in Abuja.
He also called on Nigerians diagnosed with the coronavirus to cooperate with the relevant agencies and remain in isolation centers.
"It is for your good and for the general public," he said.
He said the fences in the country's isolation centers could not prevent people from escaping if they were determined to do so.
According to him, the government was committed to containing the spread of COVID-19 in the state of Kano.
He noted that Kano is one of Nigeria's historic cities and remains the backbone of the country's economy.
Mustapha added: “PTF launched a number of pieces of equipment to be transported immediately to Kano to reinforce the response.
“They include two oxygen concentrates and three ventilators, 280 protective covers, 538 exam gloves, 25 boot covers, medical masks, surgical caps and infrared thermometers.
“The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 continued to increase in Kano, with five deaths from 139 infections as of 12:05 on April 30 ".
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