Official figures so far released in Nigeria show that, on the average, half of all those who are infected by the Covid-19 virus in Nigeria will survive.
States in the South South region of Nigeria have become vulnerable to Covid19 as cases surge above 1,000 mark in many of them.
Three Covid-19 patients died yesterday in Enugu as the surge of the cases in the South East region shows no signs of a letup.
Nigeria experienced its worst month in June 2020 with 15,531 new cases with no letup in sight from the assault of the Coronavirus.
Enugu Government plans to deploy soldiers to storm the streets and enforce wearing of face masks by residents.
Nigeria’s consult general in New York has announced that a second batch of Nigerian citizens stranded in the United States will be evacuated on 3 July 2020
Persons who have died from Covid-19 attacks in the South East rose sharply, from 3 to 17 in the wake of relaxation of lockdown rules across the five states
#Covid19InNigeria: A three-day surge in Covid19 infections forces Task Force to review plans to further relax lockdown restrictions yesterday 1 June 2020
NCDC announced 307 new cases of Covid19 yesterday 31 May 2020 in Nigeria, closing the monthly infections at 8,230 cases, with 2688 discharged and 229 deaths
Bauchi’s Bala Muhammed toes a different path to help his state deal with current and future economic challenges of surviving the Coronavirus pandemic