Otegbayo told the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday in Ibadan that the doctors had refused to call off the indefinite strike despite the hospital management’s plea and intervention of stakeholders.
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Hussein, who was justifying the association’s reasons for joining the nationwide strike of NARD, explained that the families of the deceased doctors were yet to benefit from the Death-in-Service Insurance Scheme.
A family source told the News Agency of Nigeria that the deceased was taken to the Out-Patient Department of the hospital on Monday after complaining of difficulty in breathing.
The Federal Road Safety Corps Sector Commander in Oyo State, Uche Chukwurah, confirmed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday in Ibadan.
The Emergency Operations Centre and the state’s COVID-19 Technical Task Force on Saturday gave this warning, noting that there are 30 approved Testing Centres, including the University College Hospital, Ibadan, for the purpose of testing samples.
This was revealed by the spokesman of the premier health institution, Toye Akirinlola, on Sunday.
The donation was made on Thursday, with the N5 million going into the UCH Treasury Single Account for the treatment of COVID-19 patients in Oyo State
The Chief Medical Director of UCH, Prof. Jesse Otegbayo, said his administration was committed to ensuring that the hospital community, including workers, students and patients, were well protected.
Records made available by the Oyo State Commissioner for Finance, Akinola Ojo, confirmed that the state government has provided support to the UCH and the Department of Virology located inside the College to the tune of the said sum.
The Management stated this in a statement on Wednesday against the backdrop of the claim by the Oyo State Government that it gave the hospital N118 million in the fight against COVID-19.
Dr. Adeleke Adedapo, the Vice President of the association, spoke on the development on Thursday.
The University College Hospital, Ibadan on Friday added another milestone to its story with the commissioning of the newly upgraded Chemical Pathology Laboratory.
The Flour Mills of Nigeria on Thursday donated protective equipment and consumables to the University College Hospital, Ibadan, Oyo State as support towards the fight to conquer the ravaging coronavirus pandemic.
The Chief Medical Director, University College Hospital, Ibadan, Prof. Jesse Abiodun Otegbayo, has categorically stated that his major mission is to lift the standards of health care delivery in the hospital.
The University College Hospital, Ibadan says it will start local production of hazmat suits for its healthcare workers to address the shortage of Personal Protective Equipments as global demand increases.
Otegbayo tweeted: “One case of COVID-19 has been confirmed among the staff of the hospital’s surgical services.
Toye Akinrinlola, the Public Relations Officer of the University College Hospital, Ibadan, confirmed to newsmen that the former AGF was brought in dead at about 2am on Tuesday
He disclosed this in a WhatsApp message he sent to his colleagues
Otegbayo shared his experience in an almost 10 minutes video obtained by The Eagle Online on Sunday
Governor Seyi Makinde revealed this on his verified Twitter handle on Saturday night.