Yinka Adeniran, Ibadan
Eighteen people were released from the isolation center in Oyo after the second Covid-19 test was found to be negative.
The state also registered 11 new cases of coronavirus.
Governor Seyi Makinde made the disclosures while updating the state's pandemic.
According to the governor, eight of the new cases are from the same organization in the local government area of southwest Ibadan, which was closed after 30 team members had tested positive previously.
This is an additional case in the local government area of Oluyole.
The other two that make up the eleven are suspected of cases at Ibadan University Hospital, who died and were buried.
Makinde said the total number of cases in Oyo state is 118, while COVID-19-related deaths are four.
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The governor said that “eighteen patients confirmed with Covid-19 received their second negative results and were discharged.
“This brings the number of cases discharged in the state of Oyo to forty-six.
“In addition, the Covid-19 confirmatory tests for eleven suspected cases came back positive.
“Eight of these cases are from the same organization in the local government area in southwest Ibadan, referred to in the May 16, 2020 update.
“One case is in the local government area of Oluyole.
“In addition, the results of tests on two suspected cases at the Ibadan University Hospital, which died and were buried, also returned positive.
"Therefore, the total number of confirmed cases in Oyo state is 118 and the total number of COVID-19-related deaths is four."