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List Of States That May Go For Second Total Lockdown On The Month Of July 2020

It is well known that the federal government closed the entire school for the last few months with a view to curbing the spread of COVID-19 among students and individuals.

A few months ago, another business sector was reopened, but schools had not been reopened because of the global pandemic.

On the day of democracy the President had made a declaration to ease the lock-in, but before that the President had also authorized all the state governments to raise their lockdowns. In the mean time, all the religious organisations, but the Lago government, due to the prevalence of an increase in deadly viruses among the population, has not officially opened up its church operations.

The rate in which the coronavirus do increase in some state in Nigeria is quite disheartening and the government would do everything possible to see that the deadly virus is put on hold.

See the increasing Statistics of the COVID-19 in Nigeria as of 25 July 2020, this is officially reported and recorded by the (NCDC).

See other states which can lock their COVID-19 patients for second time in July due to the can numbers

643 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria;

Lagos-230

Oyo-69

FCT-51

Edo-43

Osun-35

Rivers-30

Ebonyi-30

Kaduna-28

Ogun-27

Ondo-23

Plateau-20

Benue-17

Enugu-16

Imo-10

Delta-6

Kano-4

Nasarawa-2

Kebbi-1

Ekiti-1

34,259 confirmed

13,999 discharged

760 deaths

These states may be forced by their governments to impose lockdowns in July if the contagious virus continues to rise at this rate.

The Covid-19 Pandemic is true, Pls always wash your hand for at least 25 seconds with soap and water, and keep a strict social distance.

Know that good health is richness.

May God help us fight this deadly virus that causes Havoc throughout the Name of Jesus.

Amen.

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