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Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by haon: 7:31pm On May 31, 2020
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Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by jayworld15(m): 7:32pm On May 31, 2020
Once they’re done, they should let us know
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by Ejenavi18(f): 7:32pm On May 31, 2020
How will they know? grin Are they really giving us true reports?
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by Nobody: 7:32pm On May 31, 2020
Corona turns business in Nigeria.
Can you imagine.
A friend of mine make whooping sum of 3 million naira for this lockdown
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by jumper524(m): 7:33pm On May 31, 2020
if una like call 10k cases daily.
I no go still beleive again.

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Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by Dandavido: 7:34pm On May 31, 2020
NaijaRoyalty:


https://punchng.com/how-7276-patients-contracted-covid-19-in-nigeria-unknown-ncdc/

A graph showing COVID-19 cases in Nigeria as of May 31, 2020 (Data source: NCDC)

Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by Nobody: 7:35pm On May 31, 2020
Security personnel really made big money.... On top of nothing....
One police officer was even praying that the lockdown should be extended to December so that he can make the money he needed and resign after the dealings at the end of the year..
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by longetivity(m): 7:36pm On May 31, 2020
coronavirus abi malaria??
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by ganiyu26(m): 7:36pm On May 31, 2020
Very simple they are being treated for malaria/typhoid fever[color=#990000][/color]
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by judexmann1759: 7:38pm On May 31, 2020
NaijaRoyalty:


https://punchng.com/how-7276-patients-contracted-covid-19-in-nigeria-unknown-ncdc/

A graph showing COVID-19 cases in Nigeria as of May 31, 2020 (Data source: NCDC)
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Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by Jokerman(m): 7:39pm On May 31, 2020
Liars. SCAMdemic grin

Who did you test to arrive at those figures... Awon ole
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by ModestGal(f): 7:40pm On May 31, 2020
Oga
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by engrchykae(m): 7:40pm On May 31, 2020
YorubaKinging:
It's all a scam
SCAMDEMIC
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by jaxxy(m): 7:46pm On May 31, 2020
Nigerians are doubting Thomas’s
They want to see to believe everything ure saying. Sadly Nigerian government and systems are hardly transparent like foreign or civilized countries.

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Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by JamletTv: 7:46pm On May 31, 2020
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Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by SolarEdge: 7:48pm On May 31, 2020
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Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by julimaxy: 7:48pm On May 31, 2020
There is NOW community transmission, it is that simple.

In my view, the lockdown should have taken place from this month, not when the virus was brought from outside.

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Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by TruthHurts100: 7:50pm On May 31, 2020
They never had Coronavirus
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by Nobody: 7:54pm On May 31, 2020
Since we know that corona virus is not in nigeria that all records of corona figures are false, they should lift the lockdown so that people can go on with there lifes, Goverment of the day are just busy making money out of people fear and destroying lifes too. Do you know how many jobs that have been terminated during this corona era and the government of the day dont care. Just take a look at america now they are not talking about corona virus again but about a black man that is dead that will prove that the virus is gone. Well rest in peace. George Floyd
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by SirWarlock: 7:58pm On May 31, 2020
ijesuoboikxp1:
Since we know that corona virus is not in nigeria that all records of corona figures are false, they should lift the lockdown so that people can go on with there lifes, Goverment of the day are just busy making money out of people fear and destroying lifes too. Do you know how many jobs that have been terminated during this corona era and the government of the day dont care. Just take a look at america now they are not talking about corona virus again but about a black man that is dead that will prove that the virus is gone. Well rest in peace. George Floyd
While I'm saddened about what's going on in America, they should gear up for another wave of the virus. It is what it is. The issue in Nigeria is that they didn't really utilize the lockdown and it's now government is thinking about reducing the strain sad
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by BLUELemon: 7:59pm On May 31, 2020
YorubaKinging:
It's all a scam
that disease isn't a scam.

If you have any one or better still a nurse working at teaching hospitals ask them about it.
That covid is real as fvck

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Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by SirWarlock: 7:59pm On May 31, 2020
So do they need to explain to Nigerians that this means community transmission
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by FrenchyL(m): 7:59pm On May 31, 2020
NaijaRoyalty:


https://punchng.com/how-7276-patients-contracted-covid-19-in-nigeria-unknown-ncdc/

A graph showing COVID-19 cases in Nigeria as of May 31, 2020 (Data source: NCDC)

Bloddy liars! God go punish una! embarassed embarassed
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by Shezkid01(m): 8:01pm On May 31, 2020
So when is this people coming to test people in Osun state? Ahba 60k test and I don’t know anybody
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by joyandfaith: 8:05pm On May 31, 2020
NaijaRoyalty:


https://punchng.com/how-7276-patients-contracted-covid-19-in-nigeria-unknown-ncdc/

A graph showing COVID-19 cases in Nigeria as of May 31, 2020 (Data source: NCDC)

coronavirus pandemic, infodemic and scandemic are coexisting in Nigeria
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by Lexusgs430: 8:05pm On May 31, 2020
How 100,000 + too died in America, from covid19...... Unknown.......


They claimed readiness for covid19..... So why the surprise........ cheesy
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by atarapa(m): 8:07pm On May 31, 2020
Na mosquito bite
Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by shugagurl: 8:07pm On May 31, 2020
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Re: How 7,276 Patients Contracted COVID-19 In Nigeria Unknown - NCDC by lexy2014: 8:09pm On May 31, 2020
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despite u say d curve isn't flattening, were are all d corona patients?

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