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Home TOP NEWS COVID-19 UPDATE Katsina Lab scientists train colleagues on COVID-19 sample collection, mang’t in Malumfashi 
Katsina Lab scientists train colleagues on COVID-19 sample collection, mang’t in Malumfashi 

Katsina Lab scientists train colleagues on COVID-19 sample collection, mang’t in Malumfashi 

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Katsina Lab scientists train colleagues on COVID-19 sample collection, mang’t in Malumfashi 

Katsina Laboratory Scientists trains laboratory professionals on COVID-19 sample collection and management in Funtua zone

Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria (AMLSN) Katsina State Branch has organized training for laboratory professionals in Funtua zone on Covid-19 sample collection and management.

The training which took place at General Hospital, Malumfashi and drawn participants from all the 11 Local Government Areas of zone was to compliment government efforts towards curtailing the Covid-19 pandemic in Katsina State.

While speaking with the press before the commencement of the training, the Chairman of the association, Scientist Mannir Aliyu said the aim of the training to train at professionals in each of the state’s 34 Local Government Areas on sample collection of COVID-19 as part of the association’s contribution towards curtailing the viral infection in the State.

“Laboratory testing is a cardinal pillar in effective management of COVID-19 and with this training, we believe the state will be more equipped and prepared in the management of the pandemic.

“We also believe the trained personnel in each Local Government Area of Katsina State will be be fully utilized by the State Emergency Response Committee against COVID-19 in sample collection and management”, he said.

In their vote of thanks after the training, one of the training participants, Aminu Ahmad from Bakori expressed their appreciation to the association and promised to step down the training to other personnel in their respective health care centers.

After the training, the association also distributed hand washing buckets and sanitizers to participants for use in their places of work.

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