COVID-19: Nigeria Records 14 New Cases
COVID-19: Nigeria Records 14 New Cases
The President disclosed in his address to the nation on Sunday, March 29.Addressing Nigerians, the President said, “based on the advice of the Federal Ministry of Health and the NCDC, I am directing the cessation of all movements in Lagos and the FCT for an initial period of 14 days with effect from 11pm on Monday, 30th March 2020.
“This restriction will also apply to Ogun State due to its close proximity to Lagos and the high traffic between the two States.”He urged all citizens in these areas to stay in their homes, adding that travel to or from other states should be postponed.
All businesses and offices within these locations should also be fully closed during this period, President Buhari added. Read more: Channels Television »
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COVID-19: 3 University of Ibadan principals test postive for Covid-19 – Daily TrustThe Chief Medical Director of the University College Hospital, Ibadan, Jesse Abiodun Otegbayo, the Provost, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Olubunmi Olopade-Olaopa, and her Deputy, Prof Obafunke Denloye, have tested positive to coronavirus. May Almighty God Protect us Haaa gobe don dey come small small. May almighty Allah see us through
COVID-19: Total lockdown in Osun as State records second case of coronavirus - Daily Post NigeriaAs the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control Saturday evening announced new confirmed cases of COVID-19, with Osun having its second confirmed case, the What are the condition of lock down Where exactly in osunstate has this two cases recorded May God save us all oo dis Virus is getting out of hand😔😔😔
Plateau records suspected case of COVID-19 - The Nation NigeriaA suspected case of coronavirus has been recorded in Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau, Commissioner for Health, Dr Nimkong Ndam said.... E don happen🤣 The news going round of a COVID19 case in Jos of one Hassan SALE, an influential personality from Gangare area of Jos, Jos North LGA, and ally of Muhammad BALA, Governor of Bauchi State is totally untrue. Result came out this morning as negative. COVID19Plateau
Nigeria records eight new COVID-19 casesNigeria Records 8 New COVID-19 Cases has recorded eight new Coronavirus cases, bringing the country’s total confirmed cases to 89. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) made this known via a press release. I thought ogun to have before THIS REPORT IS MISLEADING. NCDCgov HAS CONFIRM THE TOTAL NUMBER OF CASES TO BE 97 AND NOT 87. PLEASE EDIT YOUR REPORT It is well
BREAKING: Nigeria records eight new COVID-19 cases, total now 89Italy,Spain,China,USA are greater country than we are,oh God don’t let our count compete with theirs in this pandemic time,we not competing 🙏 Dear Lord, have mercy and let's this stop, amen. Can our people just obey simple rules of self isolation Help us God in this trying time.
Nigeria Records 8 New Cases of COVID-19, Spread to Benue - THISDAYLIVEBy Martins Ifijeh Nigeria has recorded eight new cases of COVID-19, bringing total number in the country to 89. Announcing this Saturday, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) said of the eight cases, seven were reported in Lagos, while one was confirmed in Benue State. Of the total 89 cases, Lagos currently has 59, … I think you guys should be giving names of the victims or carriers, so that we will know if we have had contact with them and then report, because I believe so many has made contact with the carriers but because they don't know their identity, they will have to wait for symptoms.