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The Worst COVID-19 figures recorded so far in Nigeria according to NCDC.

JaneEmy 06/28/2020

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Nigeria's latest COVID-19 update shows that the country recorded its highest figures of the daily cases so far. This should send a warning message to President Buhari as he plans to resume flights in the country soon.

Nigeria is currently at the 3rd position on the Africa's COVID-19 table, and as the one of the top most affected countries by the pandemic viral disease in the African continent. 

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South Africa happens to be the worst hit country and the epicentre of COVID-19 in Africa with over 131,000 confirmed cases of the virus followed by Egypt and then Nigeria.

According to the latest report released on Saturday 27th June, by the Nigeria Centre for disease control (NCDC), Nigeria recorded its highest figures of 779 confirmed cases of coronavirus, thereby bringing the total number of infections in the country to 24,077.

Out of the total 24,077 confirmed cases in the country, 8,625 have been discharged, 14,894 cases are currently active while 558 have been reported dead according to the Nigeria Centre for disease control (NCDC), as at 27th of June,2020.

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Meanwhile, despite the increasing number of infections in Nigeria, the country is still planning on resuming flights. What is your say on this? Is it safe for us to resume flights now?  

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View pictures in App save up to 80% data. It pains me alot when some people say " there is no Coronavirus in Nigeria" COVID-19 is real. Please maintain social distance, wear your face masks, wash your hands regularly with running water and use sanitizer for prevention they say is better than cure.

Stay Safe. 

Source: opera.com
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