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603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by References: 11:35pm On Jul 04
603 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria;

Lagos-135
Edo-87
FCT-73
Rivers-67
Delta-62
Ogun-47
Kaduna-20
Plateau-19
Osun-17
Ondo-16
Enugu-15
Oyo-15
Borno-13
Niger-6
Nasarawa-4
Kebbi-3
Kano-2
Sokoto-1
Abia-1
https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1279544410632605700?s=19

Highlights
On the 4th of July 2020, 603 new confirmed cases and 6 deaths were recorded in Nigeria
No new state has reported a case in the last 24 hours.
Till date, 28167 cases have been confirmed, 11462 cases have been discharged and 634 deaths have been recorded in 35 states and the Federal Capital Territory
The 603 new cases are reported from 19 states- Lagos(135), Edo(87), FCT(73), Rivers(67), Delta(62), Ogun(47), Kaduna(20), Plateau (19), Osun(17), Ondo(16), Enugu(15), Oyo(15), Borno(13), Niger(6), Nasarawa(4), Kebbi(3), Kano(2), Sokoto(1), Abia(1)
https://covid19.ncdc.gov.ng/


July 3 https://www.nairaland.com/5968357/454-new-covid-19-cases-268

Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by heykims(m): 11:36pm On Jul 04
Na our South South brothers dey reign now.
Let's just all be careful. The youths should understand that even if they believe they have the immunity to combat the virus when infected, their elderly parents and relatives back home that might catch it from them can die from it.

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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by iamyemiakins(m): 11:37pm On Jul 04
True true... Edo no be Lagos

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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by Yohh: 11:38pm On Jul 04
If this 603 figure was released a month ago, it would make headlines. Now, it is a routine number. Stay safe.

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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by Goodvirtues: 11:38pm On Jul 04
Ok

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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by Casemiro(m): 11:39pm On Jul 04
Cases are just increasing everyday, and some people still say it is not real in Nigeria.

Like seriously? Is it until bodies begin to litter on every street before we agree it is real?


Let's stay safe please.



LIKE if you think it is real

SHARE if you think it is a scam
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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by Galactico4ever(m): 11:40pm On Jul 04

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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by Confirmedzombie: 11:42pm On Jul 04
I am very bitter that the FG and stubborn Nigerians have allowed this virus spread massively. I call on the WHO, ECOWAS, AU, UN to as a matter of urgency compel the FG to reinstate all restrictikns and lockdiwn Nigeria.

The virus have overtaken events. We cant fold our hands any allow our people die.

All activities in the country should be restricted till further notice.

Those who bash me should consider my comment as my personal opinion.

I have my freedom of speech for Gods sake.

The country should be lockdown until probably September and i am sure we will defeat this virus.

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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by Area4Area: 11:44pm On Jul 04
heykims:
Na our South South brothers dey reign now.
Na dem o, Edo, Delta and Rivers states.

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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by Goldenkrezi: 11:45pm On Jul 04
Hmmmnnn... The south-south cases dey spike ooo...

God is in control. cool
Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by Razzness(m): 11:47pm On Jul 04
People thought the north will suffer most from coronavirus, but its d south that is racking up the numbers these days. anyways i'm fed up with dis corona wahala, after all valar morghulus.

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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by Traviscottt: 11:49pm On Jul 04
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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by tuzle(m): 11:50pm On Jul 04
Confirmedzombie:
I am very bitter that the FG and stubborn Nigerians have allowed this virus spread massively. I call on the WHO, ECOWAS, AU, UN to as a matter of urgency compel the FG to reinstate all restrictikns and lockdiwn Nigeria.

The virus have overtaken events. We cant fold our hands any allow our people die.

All activities in the country should be restricted till further notice.

Those who bash me should consider my comment as my personal opinion.

I have my freedom of speech for Gods sake.

The country should be lockdown until probably September and i am sure we will defeat this virus.
i don't think lock down is a good idea. I would have supported u few months back but the effect of the lock down may be even more deadly than the virus itself. Their are so many people who are still alive today because the lockdown was called off, if not hunger would have finished them. Have u considered how the poor who survive by doing little things survived during the lock down? Another thing is that even the so called lock down is not fully implemented, people to go about transmitting it and the testing is so slow. How long do u plan on locking down the country and if after the lock down the virus spread doesn't reduce what next? If we truly what a lock down, then it will be for the rest of the year and Nigeria as a country can't survive that.

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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by Goodluck200: 12:26am On Jul 05
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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by Confirmedzombie: 12:42am On Jul 05
tuzle:
i don't think lock down is a good idea. I would have supported u few months back but the effect of the lock down may be even more deadly than the virus itself. Their are so many people who are still alive today because the lockdown was called off, if not hunger would have finished them. Have u considered how the poor who survive by doing little things survived during the lock down?

I agree with you but I think its good we try the lockdown ones. God will protect all of us from hunger. No one will die of hunger. Amen

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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by braveboy64(m): 2:42am On Jul 05
This life no consistent at all
Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by CanadaOrBust: 2:44am On Jul 05
tuzle:
i don't think lock down is a good idea. I would have supported u few months back but the effect of the lock down may be even more deadly than the virus itself. Their are so many people who are still alive today because the lockdown was called off, if not hunger would have finished them. Have u considered how the poor who survive by doing little things survived during the lock down? Confirmedzombie

https://www.nairaland.com/5760012/shock-lingers-covid-19-cases-soars#87834696

Below is what I wrote way back in March
(The link above takes you straight to it) :

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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by angelusbrut: 2:45am On Jul 05
Confirmedzombie:
I am very bitter that the FG and stubborn Nigerians have allowed this virus spread massively. I call on the WHO, ECOWAS, AU, UN to as a matter of urgency compel the FG to reinstate all restrictikns and lockdiwn Nigeria.

The virus have overtaken events. We cant fold our hands any allow our people die.

All activities in the country should be restricted till further notice.

Those who bash me should consider my comment as my personal opinion.

I have my freedom of speech for Gods sake.

The country should be lockdown until probably September and i am sure we will defeat this virus.

Nigerian government is not serious, during lockdown it's expected that test should be carried out extensively, they were busy soliciting donations here and there, if we have tested and isolated the infected ones during the lockdown,then we will be dreaming of eradicating the virus.presently our test capacity is not upto 5k person in a day.

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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by juustine777(m): 2:45am On Jul 05
HALA!
Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by starbuck: 2:51am On Jul 05
All die are die after all we are not better than those that were ravaged by the virus...



Na something go kill us lass lass
Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by mrkings84(m): 2:53am On Jul 05
Am sorry guys, I no longer care about the updates cos it's already a norm that every midnight you guys @ncdc must release new figures.

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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by baxmaich(m): 3:13am On Jul 05
Ficticious lies from pit of hell, scam government ordained by the devil himself.

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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by eleko1: 3:16am On Jul 05
sad that is is too low.I doubt dey add all these governors,commissioners,PA etc in their list?Awon olori buruku deede
Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by domDva(m): 3:16am On Jul 05
These look like just numbers and statistics until someone you know well is counted and it hits home ..until recently, when someone very close to me stayed in ICU for 2 weeks as a result of Corona, it also looked like just stats...these numbers are people's brothers sisters fathers mothers etc. ..stay healthy, exercise, eat healthy and well

The chances are you are already infected but simply not showing symptoms.

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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by chukwuibuipob: 3:17am On Jul 05
undecided Boss Mustapha and dat fl@thead yellow head @ NCDC are stealing money left/right.May that Coro consume dem and their household.Useless and wicked thieves

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Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by Fox12(m): 3:19am On Jul 05
There’s only one thing consistent in this country;The COVID-19 figures.it keeps going up while our Naira goes down.

We lack a system

Most countries that held a lockdown,took advantage of it to flatten the curve except American whose fault was the Black lives matter protest.

Why did we go on a National lockdown for almost two months and Lagos for 3months?
Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by chukwuibuipob: 3:22am On Jul 05
Re: 603 New COVID-19 Cases, 393 Discharged And 6 Deaths On July 4 - (2933 Tested) by Facidio: 3:23am On Jul 05
Confirmedzombie:


I agree with you but I think its good we try the lockdown ones. God will protect all of us from hunger. No one will die of hunger. Amen

Which God will protect us from hunger.? The one you don't believe in?. And who told you manners still fall from heaven?. U are a zombie I can see, I guess u are sharing from the stolen monies and will have enough to feed fat even if they lockdown for 1 year

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