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35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by GoldSomy: 10:21pm On Apr 16, 2020
T[b]hirty-five new cases of #COVID19 have been reported[/b] as follows:

19 in Lagos
9 in FCT
5 in Kano
2 in Oyo


As at 10:20 pm 16th April there are 442 confirmed cases of #COVID19 reported in Nigeria. 152 have been discharged with 13 deaths
https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1250896989706993666?s=19

As at 10:20 pm 16th April, number of states with confirmed cases of COVID-19 + FCT
Lagos- 251
FCT- 67
Kano- 21
Osun- 20
Edo- 15
Oyo- 13
Ogun- 9
Katsina- 7
Bauchi- 6
Kaduna- 6
Akwa Ibom- 6
Kwara- 4
Delta- 4
Ondo- 3
Enugu- 2
Ekiti- 2
Rivers-2
Niger- 2
Benue- 1
Anambra- 1
https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1250896993850920968?s=19

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by Nobody: 10:23pm On Apr 16, 2020
Ok. So i think this is the right time to hold tight to everyone's faith in the lord.

Who would have ever believed that there could exist a thing that is both feared by the rich and poor, the mighty and small, the old and young!

Be with the lord now more than ever.

After this phase of covid-19 passes, the main storm lies ahead!
The storm of poverty, frustration and nation wide hunger.
Things can never be the same anymore. Lets face it!

Nothing better than being at peace with the lord for we do not know when we'll be gone.



For those still stealing money and killing poor Nigerians by hunger, for the police and soldier-men still killing those who should be protected, know that there is a power higher than you.

Dont bother trying to lay hands on me, you shall not find me
FTC attained

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by venmotors(m): 10:28pm On Apr 16, 2020
Load help ur ppl

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by Akunwafor(m): 10:28pm On Apr 16, 2020
I'm surprised it has not entered thousands.

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by Mohblack: 10:28pm On Apr 16, 2020
Have mercy

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by jericco1(m): 10:28pm On Apr 16, 2020
May God help us all.. come to think of it we still need more testing because they are a lot of people walking around with the virus in them.

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by majekobaje1: 10:29pm On Apr 16, 2020
am here to check table

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by DonFreshmoney(m): 10:29pm On Apr 16, 2020
We in for a long thing..

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by frankputer: 10:29pm On Apr 16, 2020
lawd have mercy. this is serious oo.
it is finished

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by Oluneutral: 10:30pm On Apr 16, 2020
Jesus!


We shall overcome!
The best bet for us is to remain positive and optimistic that it shall soon be over.

This is an indication that the testing rate has increased and very soonest, it shall be flattened.

Let us remain positive, wash our hands regularly, use sanitizers when necessary, keep keeping social distancing, when going out, use nose cover and combine all with prayers. We shall overcome!

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by Quietly(m): 10:30pm On Apr 16, 2020
D formation now is 4 4 2. I don't want to play 5 4 1

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by DonFreshmoney(m): 10:30pm On Apr 16, 2020
Seems to me that south east are either hoarding information or no test whatsoever is conducted there

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by cRobo: 10:30pm On Apr 16, 2020
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With the way lagos is increasing, the lockdown might exceed 3 months

Well

I won't say a word

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by muhyeenisce(m): 10:30pm On Apr 16, 2020
Remove that enugu we just heard they have discharged their second client

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by gloriaunobi(f): 10:30pm On Apr 16, 2020
Could you please remove my beloveth Enugu from that list

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by SkgeeBoss(m): 10:31pm On Apr 16, 2020
Since they extended the lockdown the numbers have continued to increase like wild fire.

I smell scam.

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by Powerexpert: 10:31pm On Apr 16, 2020
Eyaff well. This too will pass

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by seunmohmoh(f): 10:31pm On Apr 16, 2020
South korea reported that people who recovered from the virus tested positive again.

I hope it doesn't happen everywhere.

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by CoronaVirusPro: 10:31pm On Apr 16, 2020
New Malaria cases

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by 9jayes: 10:31pm On Apr 16, 2020
Bring the lab to each local government, everyone should be tested

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by emeernest: 10:31pm On Apr 16, 2020
Why can't NCDC give accurate update on the number of samples tested? So that we have correct perspective on these new cases.

On their website it has remained >5000 for the past one week. What are they trying to hide?

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by ukukaegbu(m): 10:32pm On Apr 16, 2020
Some evil men are already sad that the Southeast is clean. They will be happy if they hear that there are 1,000 cases there.

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by iKingsley(m): 10:32pm On Apr 16, 2020
Enugu has discharged her 2 cases, why are you still including them on the chart?

This is what you get from country with uncooked leaders.

By now, we ought to have been testing around 40,000 per day, here, the FG is just ordering 4,000 tests per day

Yes, Four Thousand

Four and three zeros

2000 X 2

Tuehhh!

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by justjentle(m): 10:32pm On Apr 16, 2020
Ok

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by zatara: 10:32pm On Apr 16, 2020
Please how is this stats calculated? Has the discharged patients been substracted from the total confirmed cases?

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by Native101: 10:32pm On Apr 16, 2020
Singing "I remember the time, Nichodemus came to Jesus at night."

What's the motive behind updating us at night?

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by KehindeDare(m): 10:32pm On Apr 16, 2020
It is well..

This too shall pass

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by princeAbjid(m): 10:32pm On Apr 16, 2020
This too shall pass in Jesus mighty name

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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by chibwike(m): 10:32pm On Apr 16, 2020
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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by autofreak2020(m): 10:32pm On Apr 16, 2020
Kwara Discharged 2 COVID 19 Patients Today

Statement from the governor


I’m glad to announce to you that we have discharged two of our four confirmed covid -19 cases in Kwara. This was done after they both twice tested negative. We also discharged five other people who have tested negative twice. These five people are family members of the confirmed cases; they were taken to a different part of the isolation centre out of abundance of caution.

With the exit of the seven persons, we have 11 persons left in the facility. Two of these 11 are COVID-19 patients while the remaining nine are people who haven’t tested positive but have had varying contacts with the confirmed cases.

They are all doing pretty good, and we wish the remaining two patients quick recovery.

I will like to state clearly that COVID-19 is not a death sentence. We will punish anyone who stigmatises any of our patients or members of their families.

I am proud of all the people of Kwara State for their support and understanding at this time of lockdown, which is to flatten the curve of transmission and save all of us from this pandemic.

I commend our health workers for their professionalism and commitment. We assure them of our support now and always.

May God protect us all.


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Re: 35 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported, Total 442, 152 Discharged,13 deaths by Achorise: 10:32pm On Apr 16, 2020
Is Delta still recording 4?
I thought one died.

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