Hotels.ng partners others to provide self-isolation centres for Nigerians with Coronavirus

Nigerian hotel booking service, Hotels.ng in collaboration with 10 other hotels in the country will be providing self-isolation centres for Nigerians infected with the Coronavirus.

Mark Essien, founder of the agency made this known via his Twitter handle.

According to the founder, the hotels are designed to make available adequate self-isolation protocols, full room-service and easy contact to doctors. Essien also stated that the rooms are generously discounted, so the cost is modest.

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Essien also called on people showing symptoms of the virus or were already diagnosed with the virus to book the hotels in case they wanted to self-isolate, and not want to spread it to their loved ones.

Essien also said that the hotels were available for the two-week window that the NCDC approved for self-quarantine and prospective clients who needed these centres could contact him via direct message on his social media handles.

Hotel.ng’s latest offering comes in the light of outcry from Nigerians over the terrible state of coronavirus isolation centres in the country. Apart from the fact that there are few centres available, the state of those centres is awful.

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Soothing is the fact that the Nigerian senate voted N620 million for approval to set up isolation centres, to be managed by the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control.

Currently, as reported by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), the total confirmed cases stands at 46.

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