The number of cases of the recent pandemic disease in Nigeria has been increasing. The total number of confirmed cases of the disease is currently above 30,000. This is very bad and could have a devastating effect on the country.
Some states in Nigeria have more than 1000 confirmed cases of this disease and this is not good for those states.
The Federal Government Of Nigeria have been working very hard to conquer this recent pandemic disease. They have made a lot of arrangements and policies in order to curtail the spread of the disease.
However, Lagos, Abuja, Kano, Rivers and Edo state residents should take note that, there could be another lock down within the states. This is because of the increasing number of the pandemic disease in the states.
In order to curtail the rate at which the disease is spreading, it would be wise to declare another lock down.
This would help the state governments to make proper plans on how to reduce the spread of the disease.
Also, the residents of these states should endeavour to follow the medical guidelines provided by the Federal Government. These guidelines will help to protect them from this pandemic disease.
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