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Covid-19 Latest World Update That Will Leave You Thinking

Covid-19 Latest World Update That Will Leave You Thinking
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We bring you latest updates on the deadly covid-19 virus that is ravaging the world.

So far more than 60,000 people the world over have died from this coronavirus infections with over 1.2m people infected and still counting as at today.

Of the above infected number, about 233,000 people have recovered from the disease.

Nigeria:




Nigeria witness 10 new cases of #covid19 today making a total of 224

1 extra deaths making it to total deaths =5

Total recovered and discharged =27

This suggests that Nigeria is making progress in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

For more clarification, see diagrams below:

Latest Covid-19 Update in Nigeria

However, more needs to be done.

  1. Testing for example is still a major problem. The level of testing actually determines the magnitude of infection.

If testing is not extensively done on a higher number of the population, one cant really say whether the size reported to have been infected right now really represent the true number.

2. lock-down needs to be realistic and efficient.

Government needs to offer palliatives to to help people stay at home

3. enforcement has to be thorough

Rather than security forces becoming to overzealous and manhandle citizens, they can actually be thorough without necessarily bullying or killing people.

4. let the lock-down not be selective.

Let the law be binding on all. Let the law not be too weak for the strong but very strong to catch the weak.

5. Government needs to procure more equipment to fight this deadly infection like ventilators, nose masks, hand gloves etc.

6. create more awareness through national orientation agency and other relevant medias

While on the part of the citizens, they need to know this is not only the government’s battle but for all.

Citizens must obey to the later the policies and regulations introduced by the government like staying at home, quarantine etc.




Citizens need to also observe strictly hygiene habits as stated by W.H.O and the medical experts.

OTHER COUNTRIES

United States – 301,902 cases, 8,175 deaths 

Spain – 124,736 cases, 11,744 deaths

Italy – 124,632 cases, 15,362 deaths

Germany – 95,637 cases, 1,395 deaths

China – 82,543 cases, 3,326 deaths 

France – 90,843 cases, 7,574 deaths 

Iran – 55,743 cases, 3,452 deaths 

United Kingdom – 41,903 cases, 4,313 deaths

Switzerland – 20,278 cases, 591 deaths

Turkey – 23,934 cases, 501 deaths

Belgium – 18,431 cases, 1,283 deaths

Netherlands – 16,727 cases, 1,656 deaths

Canada – 12,545 cases, 139 deaths

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Austria – 11,524 cases, 168 deaths

South Korea – 10,156 cases, 177 deaths

Portugal – 10,524 cases, 266 deaths

Brazil – 9,216 cases, 365 deaths

Israel – 7,428 cases, 40 deaths

Sweden – 6,131 cases, 358 deaths

Australia – 5,330 cases, 28 deaths

Norway – 5,370 cases, 59 deaths

Russia – 4,731 cases, 43 deaths

Czech Republic – 4,190 cases, 53 deaths

Denmark – 3,946 cases, 139 deaths

Ireland – 4,273 cases, 120 deaths

Chile – 3,737 cases, 22 deaths

Malaysia – 3,483 cases, 57 deaths

Ecuador – 3,368 cases, 145 deaths

Poland – 3,383 cases, 71 deaths

Philippines – 3,018 cases, 136 deaths

Romania – 3,183 cases, 133 deaths




Japan – 2,935 cases, 69 deaths

India – 3,082 cases, 86 deaths

Luxembourg – 2,612 cases, 31 deaths

Pakistan – 2,686 cases, 40 deaths

Thailand – 1,978 cases, 19 deaths

Indonesia – 1,986 cases, 181 deaths

Saudi Arabia – 2,179 cases, 29 deaths

Finland – 1,615 cases, 20 deaths

Greece – 1,613 cases, 63 deaths

Mexico – 1,688 cases, 60 deaths

Panama – 1,673 cases, 41 deaths

South Africa – 1,505 cases, 9 deaths

Peru – 1,595 cases, 61 deaths

Dominican Republic – 1,488 cases, 60 deaths

Iceland – 1,364 cases, 4 deaths

Argentina – 1,353 cases, 42 deaths

Serbia – 1,476 cases, 39 deaths

Colombia – 1,267 cases, 25 deaths

Singapore – 1,189 cases, 6 deaths

Qatar – 1,325 cases, 3 deaths

United Arab Emirates – 1,264 cases, 9 deaths

Croatia – 1,079 cases, 8 deaths

Algeria – 1,171 cases, 105 deaths

Estonia – 961 cases, 12 deaths

Ukraine – 1,072 cases, 27 deaths

Slovenia – 934 cases, 20 deaths

New Zealand – 950 cases, 1 death

Egypt – 985 cases, 66 deaths

Iraq – 820 cases, 54 deaths

Armenia – 736 cases, 7 deaths

Morocco – 791 cases, 48 deaths

Lithuania – 696 cases, 9 deaths

Bahrain – 672 cases, 4 deaths

Hungary – 623 cases, 26 deaths

Bosnia and Herzegovina – 579 cases, 17 deaths

Moldova – 591 cases, 8 deaths

Lebanon – 508 cases, 17 deaths

Latvia – 493 cases, 1 death

Bulgaria – 485 cases, 14 deaths

Tunisia – 495 cases, 18 deaths

Kazakhstan – 464 cases, 6 deaths

Azerbaijan – 443 cases, 5 deaths

Andorra – 439 cases, 16 deaths

Slovakia – 450 cases, 1 death

Kuwait – 479 cases, 1 death

Costa Rica – 414 cases, 2 deaths

North Macedonia – 430 cases, 12 deaths

Uruguay – 386 cases, 4 deaths

Cyprus – 396 cases, 11 deaths

Taiwan – 348 cases, 5 deaths

Cameroon – 306 cases, 8 deaths

Albania – 333 cases, 18 deaths

Belarus – 304 cases, 4 deaths

Jordan – 310 cases, 5 deaths

Burkina Faso – 302 cases, 16 deaths

Afghanistan – 281 cases, 6 deaths

Oman – 277 cases, 1 death

San Marino – 251 cases, 32 deaths

Cuba – 233 cases, 6 deaths

Vietnam – 233 cases 0 Death

Honduras – 264 cases, 15 deaths

Uzbekistan – 227 cases, 2 deaths

Ghana – 205 cases, 5 deaths

Malta – 202 cases 0 death

Senegal – 195 cases, 1 death

Ivory Coast – 218 cases, 1 death

Nigeria – 214 cases, 4 deaths

Occupied Palestinian Territories – 194 cases, 1 death

Mauritius – 186 cases, 7 deaths




Montenegro – 174 cases, 2 deaths

Sri Lanka – 159 cases, 4 deaths

Georgia – 155 cases, 1 death

Venezuela – 153 cases, 7 deaths

Democratic Republic of the Congo – 148 cases, 16 deaths

Brunei – 134 cases, 1 deaths

Bolivia – 139 cases, 10 deaths

Kyrgyzstan – 144 cases, 1 death

Kosovo – 126 cases, 1 death

Cambodia – 114 cases 0 death

Kenya – 122 cases, 4 deaths

Niger – 120 cases, 5 deaths

Trinidad and Tobago – 100 cases, 6 deaths

Paraguay – 96 cases, 3 deaths

Rwanda – 89 cases 0 death

Liechtenstein – 75 cases 0 death

Bangladesh – 61 cases, 6 deaths

Monaco – 64 cases, 1 death

Madagascar – 70 cases 0 death

Guinea – 73 cases 0 death

Guatemala – 50 cases, 1 death

Jamaica – 53 cases, 3 deaths

Barbados – 51 cases

El Salvador – 46 cases, 2 deaths

Uganda – 48 cases 0 death

Djibouti – 49 cases 0 death

Togo – 40 cases, 2 deaths

Zambia – 39 cases, 1 death

Mali – 39 cases, 3 deaths

Ethiopia – 35 cases 0 death

Bahamas – 24 cases, 1 death

Republic of the Congo – 22 cases, 2 deaths

Eritrea – 22 cases 0 death

Gabon – 21 cases, 1 death

Myanmar – 20 cases, 1 death

Tanzania – 20 cases, 1 death

Guyana – 19 cases, 4 deaths

Maldives – 19 cases 0 death

Haiti – 18 cases 0 death

Syria – 16 cases, 2 deaths

Equatorial Guinea – 16 cases

Mongolia – 14 cases

Namibia – 14 cases 0 death

Benin – 16 cases 0 death

Saint Lucia – 13 cases 0 death

Dominica – 14 cases 0 death

Libya – 17 cases, 1 death

Grenada – 12 cases 0 death

Laos – 10 cases 0 death

Mozambique – 10 cases 0 death

Seychelles – 10 cases 0 death

Suriname – 10 cases 0 death

Antigua and Barbuda – 15 cases 0 death

Eswatini – 9 cases 0 death

Guinea-Bissau – 15 cases 0 death

Saint Kitts and Nevis – 9 cases 0 death

Zimbabwe – 9 cases, 1 death

Angola – 8 cases, 2 deaths

Central African Republic – 8 cases 0 death

Chad – 8 cases 0 death

Sudan – 10 cases, 2 deaths

Fiji – 7 cases 0 death

Vatican – 7 cases 0 death

Nepal – 7 cases 0 death

Cape Verde – 6 cases, 1 death

Liberia – 6 cases 0 death

Mauritania – 6 cases, 1 death

Bhutan – 5 cases 0 death

Nicaragua – 5 cases, 1 death

Somalia – 7 cases 0 death

Botswana – 4 cases, 1 death

Gambia – 4 cases, 1 death

Belize – 4 cases 0 death

Burundi – 3 cases 0 death

Malawi – 3 cases 

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 7 cases 0 death

Sierra Leone – 2 cases 0 death

Papua New Guinea – 1 case 0 death

East Timor – 1 case 0 death

Coronavirus does not discriminate between skin colour, race, country, class, religion or even gender.




Lets all put our hands on the deck to stem the monster out of our country and the world in general.

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