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The first case of coronavirus in Nigeria was detected in Lagos state on Thursday. Minister of Health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire in a statement revealed that the patient had no serious symptoms and is being managed at the Infectious Disease Hospital, Yaba, Lagos. To stay safe, here are basic things you need to do Hygiene ADVERTISEMENTHOW …
This must become a deliberate and conscious routine.This is to help avoid the transfer of the virus easily to you.Persons with persistent cough or sneeze should stay at home or keep a social distance and should not mix in crowd.From there, the virus can enter your body and can make you sick.
Stay informed on the latest developments about Corona-virus through official channels on TV and Radio, including the Lagos State Ministry of Health, NCDC and Federal Ministry of Health.As Nigerians panic over the news of corona-virus in Nigeria, the health ministry has advised Nigerians not to abuse social media and indulge in spreading misinformation that causes fear and panic.
Coronavirus is treatable and not deadly, more than 30,000 people have recovered from the disease in 2020 alone.Stay at home if you begin to feel unwell, even with mild symptoms such as headache and slight runny nose, until you recover.Also, call in advance and tell your provider of any recent travel or contact with travelers so as to help your health care provider to quickly direct you to the right health facility.
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Suspected case of Coronavirus in Lagos under investigation - Govt - Daily Post NigeriaThe Lagos State Government has said that the Chinese citizen who presented at the Reddington Hospital, Ikeja, and suspected to have Coronavirus has tested Ya Allah Please o God pls help us o
Coronavirus in Nigeria - FG confirms COVID-19 in Lagos [Full statement] - Daily Post NigeriaThe Nigerian government has announced a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) case in Lagos State, Nigeria. The Federal Ministry of Health confirmed the positive God help us So its here....now the drama begins. It's unfortunate that the fast killing disease is here in Nigeria under a regime that is too fond of giving very unnecessary & unbecoming excuses. I pray they rise to the occasion. Please, tell the Minister that the disease broke out in December 2019, not 2020, hence Covid-19.
Nigeria braces as coronavirus hits megacity Lagos – Daily TrustNigeria’s economic hub Lagos confirmed a case of new coronavirus on Friday, stirring memories of the fears sparked six years ago when West Africa’s Ebola epidemic hit the chaotic mega city of 20 million. Health Minister Osagie Ehanire said the first confirmed case of the virus in sub-Saharan Africa was an Italian citizen who had … Fear fear Nigerians very soon migration from Lagos to other cities will start I'll like to advice the FG to set up a committee or checkup procedure in every international airports in the country like Abuja and that of lagos so as every immigrant coming into the country should be properly checked so as to serves as preventive measures. FGNigeria
UPDATED: Lagos records first coronavirus case in Nigeria – Daily TrustThe Federal Ministry of Health on Friday confirmed the first case of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country. Minister of Health, Doctor Osagie Ehanire in a statement said the case, confirmed in Lagos State was an Italian citizen who worked in Nigeria and returned from Milan, Italy to Lagos on the 25th of February. He … 😣 I have been worried about this disease coming to Nigeria,because we do not have the resources to do the needful.. we are too corrupt like that. This is really scary D guy na positive or negative MusaDattiAhmad Alinalali Stay away.
Coronavirus in Nigeria: Panic, fear as virus hits Lagos - Daily Post NigeriaThere is growing panic among Nigerians following the confirmation of the first case of Coronavirus also known as Covid-19 in the country. The Nigerian This is sad, are we ready for this?
Face masks, hand sanitizers sold out in Lagos following Coronavirus scare – Daily TrustFace masks, hand sanitizers and head masks are now scarce in most supermarkets and pharmacy shops in Lagos state as the Nigerian government on Friday confirmed the first Coronavirus case in the state. Ehn Trust Nigerians, they will start selling fake and exploiting each other now.. Wickedness in the nation Market don come😀