Chairman of DAAR Communications PLC, Chief Raymond Dopkesi Jr. has shared his experience while he was at the COVID-19 isolation centre.
Chief Dopkesi Jr who was a COVID-19 patient but was recently discharged after testing negative, shared the challenges he faced while at the isolation centre and other sundry issues around pandemic in Nigeria.
He expressed dissatisfaction as to not getting his test results even before it was already made available to the state government which he believes is a breech of patient-doctor confidentiality.
Watch the video below.
There are serious complications and challenges with our testing – DAAR Chairmanpic.twitter.com/w7Keiq8lZu
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The video was shared along with an appreciation message from the chairman;
Thank you all your prayers, messages, love and support during my sojourn at the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital Isolation Centre. .
Thanking the almighty God for resting his healing hands upon me and other members of the family. Last but not least a very big thank you to everyone from the Head of the Presidential Task Force, Boss Mustapha, his entire PTF team, but most especially, the Minister for Health, the DG NCDC, all medical practitioners at the front lines and most especially the doctors and nurses that attended to me and my family at the isolation centre. .
Just grateful to be back and healthy. COVID-19 may be closely associated with malaria in Nigeria, but make no mistake and do not question whether COVID-19 is real. .
Please stay safe. One Love.