Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: Nigeria Records 550 New COVID 19 Cases....

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Wednesday, December 09, 2020

Nigeria Records 550 New COVID 19 Cases....

 WHAT!!!!

NCDC why the silence?Issue an alert on coronavirus new outbreak in Nigeria to make people aware.........Soro soke!








18 comments:

  1. Good morning my people, NCDC should please go and rest with all these bogus figures they keep releasing, where are those people contracting the disease and where are they kept??

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    1. NIGERIA won use style end phase 2 lockdown to get more loans. yimu.

      SEXYHIPS

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  2. Stella pls stop the alarm! Who and who did you see has corona in Nigeria? This is all because of this second phase of #endsars protest. To put fears in them.

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    1. It’s because of people like you that we’re seeing the numbers rise. Just because you don’t know someone personally who has had it doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. Maybe when you catch it, you’ll finally believe.

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  3. WTF! 550 cases?
    God have mercy.

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  4. Good morning everyone.
    Please there is covid in 🇳🇬, my lost a very close church member, the lady died of covid .
    It shutdown her system, the sad thing is she was one of those people that didn't believe covid exists .
    Please stay safe and do the right , whether NCDC is making sense or not just stay safe please.

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    1. Sorry about the loss.

      But, are you aware that some hospitals in Naija intentionally inject patients to death "thinking" it is coro or just to make people believe it's coro.

      Heard of hospitals that does that to patients brought in with ailment unrelated to covid.

      Someone there confirmed it.

      Dunno why the owners of the dead ones haven't sued the hospitals.

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    2. Out of curiosity, how do they inject people to death?

      These figures are actually low compared to the true situation. We aren't testing enough. What most good hospitals do is that they run COVID test of patients to rule it out. Not everyone has the classical cough, cold, fever, and catarrh symptoms of COVID. That way they also make sure that they aren't exposing their staff. The tricky part of COVID-19 is that it presents differently in people and u might not even show any symptoms but will transfer it to other who might develop complications and die.

      Those people didn't sue because there was no 'injecting ' of anything. Some learned medical personnel also spread these falsehoods and conspiracy theories.

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  5. People don't care anymore sha. How come some states have zero case?

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    1. It’s because some states aren’t reporting.

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  6. Who will ever believe them. Not me.

    They should make it 1000 na their toro.

    Parties everywhere and no one is masking up except you want to do bank transaction, after that OYO

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  7. Tah!!!
    Even for Europe here, summer there was a decrease in numbers of infected o, because of the hot weather
    Na Winter e start to rise again here o.
    They opened borders, people went on holidays too.
    Na this hot sun e wan come dey increase for Nigeria?

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    1. Decrease in number in Europe? Europe started experiencing more cases in summer after they lifted lockdown. Weather really has limited effect on COVID-19. There are countries that are way hotter than Nigeria with even bigger figures. In Africa, after SA is the hot desert like northern countries that have the highest figures.

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  8. Hahahahaha. Ncdc na una go tire. Its being long I saw your DG sef. What's happening to him.He has not been active like before again.

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  9. Stella, Stella, Stella, please...

    Don't give yourself HBP bcos of Naija coro.

    Coming from a place of love... Thank you.

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  10. Make una allow us hear word... Enough of this noisome covid 19

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  11. Stella I've been coughing for the past two weeks now, sometimes I lost my sense of smell, I also have difficulty breathing at night sometimes. I am treating myself for malaria but I just hope it's not covid. Alot of people have these same symptoms here in Kaduna. Alot of people are sick. Hmmm! It is well.

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