NCDC Reveals 13 States With The Highest COVID-19 Cases Nigeria. See The Affected LGA in Each State
By EngrLas | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 7783 views
Nigerians have forgotten COVID-19 is real, many people are moving around the streets without using noise masks, Please safe yourself and your family from this deadly disease by using noise masks always, and sanitize your hands.
The Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) keeps updating the number of Covid-19 cases will have in Nigeria Every day and many Nigerians still believe Coronavirus is not real in Nigeria, some Prominent Nigerians have died of this disease while some recovered from it.
The president Task Force on Coronavirus revealed 13 States in Nigeria with the highest cases of COVID-19. This list was gathered from the official Twitter page of The Punch Newspaper.
Below are the states and affected Local Government Areas:
Kindly share the post on all social media for Nigerians to check the 13 States in Nigeria with the highest cases of COVID-19.
Please, always use your noise masks.
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