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Friday, March 27, 2020

Fourteen New Coronavirus Cases Confirmed In Nigeria

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) announced in a tweet on Thursday night that Nigeria has recorded 14 new cases of coronavirus (COVID-19), bringing the total number of infections in the country to 65.






A breakdown of the number of the additional cases showed that 12 new cases were discovered in Lagos while the remaining two were confirmed in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Six of the cases were detected on a vessel and three others were returning travellers into the country while the remaining case was a close contact of a confirmed case.
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    1. Just laughing with all these konfi 1.9?

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    2. People are dying and falling sick nd u are just laughing? Smh @ Mc pinky

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    3. Anon 9:28 he’s not laughing at sick people but the gullible that believe the amount. How much is the total profit after tax of uba.
      Mc I join you laugh

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  3. It keeps increasing, God please have mercy on us. Are the borders not closed again? As I wish there should be total lockdown to curtail the virus, how would most people that earn income daily survive?

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    1. My dear the Virus already is in Naija. In all Nigeria has not even tested 400 people and is recording such numbers. That means in reality theres nothing less than 200 to 500 cases unknown. We should be more concerned now about within our borders than without. IT IS REAL. STAY SAFE

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  4. I don't know why your choice of emoji for this post cracks me up but I swear I am in stitches right now. Could it be the hormones? Oooh gosh.

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    Oh Lord!

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  6. Congrats ooo. Since the country refused to do the needful, the needful is doing the country.

    It is increasing. What I know God Almighty has already protected His own

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  7. If the whole Nigeria were to run a test, you all will be looking for holes to enter. Why are there no facilities for test in every state? Why is the country not on total lock down?
    The Ncdc boss said on TV that no one should come for testing when they haven't felt any symptoms that the don't have enough facility in place to test everyone. Can u imagine! What about the people who have it and are currently spreading it without even showing any symptoms. Is only God that will help us.
    Other better countries are on total lock down, Nigeria that doesn't have common case mask are still walking about.

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    1. By now, everyone should get tested.
      This one whey dem dey detect in tens everyday, Hmmmmm, I wonder how it will be in two weeks...

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    2. No country in the world is making attempt to test all their citizens. Only the very sick and those who had contact with a confirmed case are tested in most countries. Here in Nigeria most of those who had contacts with confirmed cases are refusing to come, endangering the lives of their families and friends

      Alexander

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    3. You cannot test everyone. Most countries don't even have the resources or means to test everyone. If you develop symptoms, you give them a call and they tell you what to do. If you fall very ill, you go to hospital and they test you.

      A lot of NHS staff have not been tested and it is believed some of them have the virus.

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    4. Please say what you're sure of. South Korea did and is doing it.

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  8. I thought they closed all borders, which one is vessels coming in?

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    1. They were already in the country before the airports were closed. The seaports were not closed till yesterday and it is not absolute closure. Ships that sailed 14 days before the closure order will be allowed to berth. Ships carrying medicines and fuel will be allowed to come in

      Alexander

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  9. God have mercy on us allπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ

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  10. They should ban inter state traveling asap...

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  11. ..More like fourteen new cases confirmed in Asọ Rock...
    That number up there can't be for the whole country mehn..
    With over 200 million people,jajajajajaja *LaughsInSpanish*..
    A country where nothing is ever correctly accounted for.. Iffahear!
    Lagos alone sef wey be the hub for Ms Rona go get more than that, talk more of the whole naija..
    Y'all should be safe out there.. #SitYourAssDownInYourDamnHouse.

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    1. You are sick , people are working endlessly to preserve our lives and all idiots like can think is condemnation. They are only testing the very sick and those who had contact with confirmed cases. Just like every other country. Only South Korea did mass testing. Germany just started their mass testing, their plan is to test 500,000 people per week. America the so. called greatest Nation on earth is testing only the very sick, they are not even doing contact tracing according to New York times. China with a population of 1.6 billion people only had 81,000 confirmed cases,

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