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Friday, May 01, 2020

Nigeria's Coronavirus Cases Rises To 1932

Lagos,Kano and Abuja are high risk states..........

The Government of Nigeria is easing lockdown?








31 comments:

  1. What a record on this 1st of May. God have mercy mankind and save us from this Pandemic

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    1. Don't think easing the lock down is best now. There is something called the second wave of pandemics which kills far more than the first wave. Life is paramount.

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  2. I know someone it has killed, my mum's colleague, yet people are still doubting it's existence here, how do I stop my husband from allowing visitors to our house all in a bid to see baby ..lol and mum in-law isn't helping matter at all, she loves being in a crowded house and we live in the same city....nwunye nwam amugokwa ooooh and they keep calling and visiting. May God give me wisdom to handle this.

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    1. People are not supposed to come see your newborn baby, especially not this time!

      I hope they are not all touching your baby... You shouldn't be allowing that. You're the baby's mother, you are supposed to protect your baby with every being in you.

      Please, put a stop to the visitors thing yourself.

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    2. Amen. .please stand your ground make they no carry covid 19 come your house

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    3. The fact that alot of people don't believe it's real is sickening...

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    4. Babe put your feet down and handle this.... nobody should carry that baby
      Every visitor should be given sit outside!
      Nothing should happen to that baby ooohhπŸ™„πŸ˜

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    5. Please you have to talk to them in a calm way ....for the sake of you and your baby’s safety ..
      Visitors will not die if they don’t see your baby now,good health first o..
      I hope you will be able to convince them .

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    6. You really need to talk to your husband o. He is putting you all in great risk. He should be the one to talk to his mum not you. Congrats to you and your family.

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    7. Queen Amy this is the time to stand your ground. Allow no visitors instead do Lion king style. Lift him up from your balcony for 1 sec and go away

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    8. Please do not entertain any visitors for now...the situation on ground is too serious for us to be callous please, all congratulatory messages and well wishes should be done over the phone only...please take good care of baby for us all😊

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    9. Hahaha Phoenix your comment just made me laugh out loud this morning.

      QueenAmy, don't let visitors touch your child please, they shouldn't even be allowed to enter your home.

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    10. Phoenix, say what!!! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    11. Congratulations Queen. Try to engage the support of your family and put a stop to visitors for now.
      Phoenix you are funny πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      I also remember Michael Jackson 😁

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    12. Please don't allow anyone touch your baby unless they wash or sanitize their hands

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    13. Phoenix you're are a real comedian
      See me lmao πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


      Congrats Queen Amy
      My love to d baby.

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  3. Each man to himself and like NCDC says Take Responsibility. Wear Masks and wash hands regularly. Social distancing as much as possible. Survival of the fittest now

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  4. May God help us.
    I read somewhere that a so called ambassador who had returned from the US, stayed in Lagos for some time, moved to Abuja before returning to his hometown in Kano, had deliberately spread the virus in Kano, by holding meetings with top gov't officials and hosting the poor and needy at his residence despite knowing he was a carrier. Is this not wickedness?

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    1. You actually don't know you are a carrier until you begin to show signs, that's why people ignorantly infect others. He may have come from high risk countries and the best thing he needed to do was to quarantine even if he is not I'll but unfortunately these people don't even believe the virus is real hence the going from one place to another.

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    2. @ He showed symptoms while in Abuja, an alert was raised while undergoing treatment in the hospital but before they knew what was happening, oga was already in Kano

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  5. It’s either of two things . They don’t want to give us from the billions so pple can buy food and stay at home or the cases are audio cases the president and politicians are lying so the billions can keep coming in to enrich themselves and families.

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  6. The numbers keep rising everyday. God help us. Amen.

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  7. God,thank you always because you are aware. Stay safe

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  8. It is well with Nigeria and the world at large... Do not be disheartened.. Do not forget to take all the safety measures as describedbby NCDC and also pray! Nothing is beyond God to do. As we are taking responsibility, let's not atop interceding for the country and the world at large.

    Cheer up people! This too shall pass soonest!

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  9. Not only to pray
    Please consciously practice all the safety procedures!!
    Covid19 no de respect family
    Careless family members can spread it to all oohhh
    Imagine a friend de vex say I no open door for her when she came.... Charlie act your age!!

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  10. Hmmm God pleasure protect us

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  11. Kano should be on total lockdown for 60 days. No entry, no exit. You travel to Kano , you are on your own, you tight there period.
    States Sharing boundaries with Kano should close their borders and tighten security & intelligence just like Mallam El Rufai is doing. Kano is a ticking time bomb. Those Almahjiri kids who tried to migrate to Kaduna had almost 70% testing +ve and or with probable symptoms of CV19.

    Them go hear word?

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  12. You can leave the baby in the room when visitors come, and tell them that the baby is sleeping. Don't allow anyone to touch your baby.

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