COVID-19 hits Maritime through APM Terminals worker tested positive to Pandemic

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The APM Terminals Apapa, on Tuesday, confirmed that one of its workers, who last came to office, on April 16, 2020, has tested positive to the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic.

APM Terminals worker tests positive to COVID-19

 

Specifically, the APMT noted that his COVID-19 infection status was confirmed on April 27, resulting in a prompt action of making it public, through the company’s General Manager, External Relations, Daniel Odibe.

Chief John Aluya, Vice President, Lagos Zone, Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, Hassan Bello Executive Secretary/CEO Nigerian Shippers’ Council and Mrs. Margaret Orakwusi, Representative of Nigerian Association of Chamber of Commerce Industry, Mines and Agriculture

Odibe’s statement reads: “APM Terminals hereby informs the port community and general public of a positive COVID19 case concerning a staff of APM Terminals Apapa Limited. The said employee’s last day at work was on April 16th 2020.

Ms. Ifeoma Ezedinma, Director, Regulatory Services, Nigerian Shippers’ Council, Chief John Aluya, Vice President, Lagos Zone, Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, Hassan Bello, Executive Secretary/CEO, Nigerian Shippers’ Council, Mrs. Margaret Orakwusi, Representative of Nigerian Association of Chamber of Commerce Industry, Mines and Agriculture, Mr. Muda Yusuf, Director-General of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Mr. Catejan Agu, Director, Consumer Affairs, Nigerian Shippers’ Council

 

“The employee developed malaria symptoms and was referred to a hospital where he was initially treated before he was referred to NCDC for further test. We were informed on April 27th 2020 that the test result came out positive.

Rev. Jonathan Nicol, President, Lagos State Shippers’ Association, Chief John Aluya, Vice President, Lagos Zone, Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, Hassan Bello, Executive Secretary/CEO, Nigerian Shippers’ Council, Mrs. Margaret Orakwusi, Representative of Nigerian Association of Chamber of Commerce Industry, Mines and Agriculture and Mr. Muda Yusuf, Director-General of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce

 

“The case is currently being handled by NCDC while we continue with our precautionary and response plans in strict adherence to the COVID-19 protocol,” Odibe further explained.

Hassan Bello Executive Secretary/CEO Nigerian Shippers’ Council, Mrs. Margaret Orakwusi, Representative of Nigerian Association of Chamber of Commerce Industry, Mines and Agriculture and Mr. Muda Yusuf, Director General of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry

 


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