COVID-19: UCH CMD Otegbayo celebrates after his positive result becomes negative (video)

COVID-19: UCH CMD Otegbayo celebrates after his positive result becomes negative (video)

- The Chief Medical Director of University College Hospital Prof. Jesse Otegbayo has tested negative to the coronavirus disease

- Prof. Jesse Otegbayo initially tested positive to COVID-19 a few days ago

- A video of the doctor celebrating his new health status was spotted online

A funny video of the Chief Medical Director of University College Hospital Prof. Jesse Otegbayo dancing with his family has emerged online. This is after it was reported that he tested negative to the dreaded coronavirus disease.

Prof. Jesse Otegbayo initially tested positive for the deadly infection a few weeks ago. It was revealed that the doctor may have contracted the disease through the board meetings that were held in the hospital.

Vanguard reported that eight days after self-isolating and undergoing treatment, his blood samples were taken again on Tuesday, March 31, 2020, and it came back negative.

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UCH CMD Professor Jesse Otegbayo tests negative to COVID-19. Source: @UGC
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Prof. Jesse Otegbayo is reportedly one of the eight confirmed cases reported in Oyo state on Wednesday, April 1.

To celebrate the good news, the professor showed his dancing skills in a video that is now going viral online.

In the video, the Chief Medical Director was spotted with his family as he stood at the centre of his sitting room. While he danced, his family hailed him.

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In a related story, Legit.ng earlier reported that Governor Seyi Makinde tested positive for COVID-19. Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo state tested positive for coronavirus. It was gathered that the governor confirmed the news via his page on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, on the evening of Monday, March 30.

Makinde, who is head of the Oyo COVID-19 task force, said he had handed over his duties to the task force to the former chief medical director, University College Hospital (UCH), Professor Temitope Alonge. In the meantime, he said he would continue to self-isolate, expressing hope that he would recover fully.

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Oyo state also discharged its index case. Taiwo Adisa, the chief press secretary to Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo state, made this known in a statement on Monday, March 30, 2020, The Nation reports.

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