Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the governor of Lagos, says he felt headaches, coughs, fatigue and “loss of everything” during the period he was isolated after a positive test for coronavirus.
The governor said that on Thursday – after it was announced recovered from COVID-19.
He was the governor confirmed to be positive for the virus December 12, 2020
Speaking about his isolated period, the governor said that it was not a pleasant experience and called on the residents to try to take care of their health.
“I had to tell you that I had a big fight. It was not a treasure. It was more than asymptomatic, so I felt it. All the things you would feel — headache, cough, loss of everything, fatigue — I felt; even looking at the oxygen in front of me, ”he said.
“It simply came to our notice then. So when it infects you, check your oxidation, oxygen level; these are real facts that people need to know. “
He advised residents to seek medical help when they feel unwell, saying patients can recover if they don’t take risks.
“There is something they call in a medical sense. You will not know that you are in reserve. You know, it’s like driving a car and your car has moved into reserve, but it will still tell you that you have fuel by the time the reserve just runs out; then the car will simply stop, ”Sanwo-Olu said.
“So don’t wait until you make a reservation. Once you feel bad, shout. These could be some signals you know nothing about. Don’t take risks just because the beauty of what you will heal is. You can heal. Only the vulnerable people among us that we must protect, we must continue to ensure that we protect their lives. “