It is no longer new to us that the country is currently facing the challenge caused by corona virus pandemic.
Looking at the rate at which the virus is increasing I think certain decisions has to be taken by the government.
Imo, Anambra, Abia and Enugu State resident should note that the number of cases in our state is becoming too much and I think the government is working towards curtailing the rate at which the virus is spreading. .
The residents of these above listed states should get ready, because the government might go for second lockdown to help curtail the spread of the virus.
According to the update given by the Nigeria center for disease control it states that the country has over 33000 cases of the virus.
So I think the government might go for a second lock down, so we should be ready for that.
Meanwhile do not forget to keep the safety measures given by the federal government.
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