Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State, had on Sunday said his government has developed a mobile application that residents can use to ascertain whether persons with symptoms of coronavirus should report for testing.
The governor stated this during a live programme on Channels Television, Sunday Politics.
He said Kogi state which has so far not recorded a case of Coronavirus, has set up three isolation centres in case of any outbreak of the virus.
“So far, we have established about three isolation centres in the state. As God would have it, we have not recorded any issue.
“What we did was to develop an app that we launched and ensured that all citizens in Kogi State have access to that particular app.
“We carry out serious sensitisation and whoever is exhibiting any symptom, if you just simply log on to that app and follow the simple instruction, you will know whether you should come for any test or make any adverse report.”
The governor added that he had been “following up periodically and looking at the report as it comes.”
Life in Kogi seems to be normal even with the outbreak of the virus in some of the it’s neighbouring states like Niger, Benue and FCT.