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604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by References: 11:34pm On Jul 23, 2020
604 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria;

Lagos-203
Oyo-87
FCT-79
Edo-41
Osun-35
Ogun-24
Rivers-22
Kaduna-22
Akwa Ibom-20
Plateau-18
Delta-9
Ebonyi-9
Imo-8
Enugu-5
Kano-5
Cross River-5
Katsina-4
Nasarawa-3
Borno-2
Ekiti-2
Bauchi-1
https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1286429356286517250?s=19


Highlights
On the 23rd of July 2020, 604 new confirmed cases and 20 deaths were recorded in Nigeria
Till date, 38948 cases have been confirmed, 16061 cases have been discharged and 833 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory
The 604 new cases are reported from 21 states- Lagos(203), Oyo(87), FCT(79), Edo(41), Osun(35), Ogun(24), Rivers(22), Kaduna(22), Akwa Ibom(20), Plateau(18), Delta(9), Ebonyi(9), Imo(cool, Enugu(5), Kano(5), Cross River(5), Katsina(4), Nasarawa(3), Borno(2), Ekiti(2), Bauchi(1)
A multi-sectoral national emergency operations centre (EOC), activated at Level 3, continues to coordinate the national response activities
https://covid19.ncdc.gov.ng/#!

July 22
https://www.nairaland.com/6008989/543-new-covid-19-cases-138

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by bigdammyj: 11:35pm On Jul 23, 2020
Thanks

Lagos 203!!!

God please safe us

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by LilMissRobbie(f): 11:36pm On Jul 23, 2020
Steady balance

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by Gistme12: 11:37pm On Jul 23, 2020
it is well
Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by Goodluck200: 11:39pm On Jul 23, 2020
Keep praying

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by bigdammyj: 11:45pm On Jul 23, 2020
Cross Rivers is back on the table with same 5 points

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by Godformeeeeeee: 11:45pm On Jul 23, 2020
Ecclesiastes 3:3,There is time for everything.most definitely we shall overcome this global pandemic.

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by YOUNGELDER1(m): 11:48pm On Jul 23, 2020
Rona please !

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by 2gbasky22(m): 11:51pm On Jul 23, 2020
See Ehn......
Kogi state is supposed to be a perfect case study, For our government to allow life to return to normal .

We all know there Covid9-19 in all states of the federation, but Kogi state has vehemently deny having covid, and heaven has not fall in kogi state. people are going about their daily activities.

Here in kogi, I have seen people who manifest almost all the covid-19 symptoms ....from dry cough to high temperature, lost of smell $ taste , sneezing etc . and they recover from it after few days. and life continues .


the government should save cost and soft pedal on the hype they accord this disease. they can continue to use the isolation centres to carter for the elderly people who are prone to suffering severe fatalities from the virus. But let other others go to their houses and take care of themselves, they will definitely get well withing few days.

Corona virus in Nigeria is not as deadly as it is been painted.

people are contracting the virus everyday, they treat themselves and are recovering from it in their houses,


Government is wasting resources ....
I read on Nland today that Lasg uses 1million for one patient daily ...... Na so ah just weak

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by Vanpascore(m): 11:54pm On Jul 23, 2020
Later, this people will stop this update all because people now believe that testing positive for covid - 19 means go and rest for sometimes in Isolation anywhere. It used to be government isolation centre before but now, you can isolate yoursefl in your house, meaning, you should go and manage your coro by yourself.

Later the campaign will be like that of HIV. With coro, you can live, coro no dey show for face . . .

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by SEEDORF441(m): 12:18am On Jul 24, 2020
2gbasky22:
See Ehn......
Kogi state is supposed to be a perfect case study, For our government to allow life to return to normal .

We all know there Covid9-19 in all states of the federation, but Kogi state has vehemently deny having covid, and heaven has not fall in kogi state. people are going about their daily activities.

Here in kogi, I have seen people who manifest almost all the covid-19 symptoms ....from dry cough to high temperature, lost of smell $ taste , sneezing etc . and they recover from it after few days. and life continues .


the government should save cost and soft pedal on the hype they accord this disease. they can continue to use the isolation centres to carter for the elderly people who are prone to suffering severe fatalities from the virus. But let other others go to their houses and take care of themselves, they will definitely get well withing few days.

Corona virus in Nigeria is not as deadly as it is been painted.

people are contracting the virus everyday and recovering from it in their houses,

they are still cashing out.

https://dailypost.ng/2020/07/23/covid-19-lagos-govt-spends-up-to-n1m-daily-per-patient-health-commissioner-abayomi/

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by Righteousness89(m): 12:21am On Jul 24, 2020
We have Dealt with Corona Virus in the Spirt Realm!

We have Contacted the only one that has the Cure to do His Work!

The Spirtual Controls the Physical!

And we Believe it is Done!

Let the task force and all in this committee be Honest! Don't see this as a Money Spinning Venture!

Let the Nation Give Regard and Respect to GOD ALMIGHTY! Believe! Covid-19 is Gone!!

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by prodev557: 12:22am On Jul 24, 2020
Nobody takes this numbers serious no more
Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by ojun50(m): 12:22am On Jul 24, 2020
When is the league going to end because EPL is ending this weekend

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by kalvoken(m): 12:24am On Jul 24, 2020
Please guys, where's Mr. Explorers?

Dude has been on ghost mode for a while now. I miss his vibe whole time

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by jagaban002(m): 12:24am On Jul 24, 2020
This busness for Lagos state Govt , spending 1m daily on a patient .

Hell fire is waiting for you all

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by Pearly255(f): 12:29am On Jul 24, 2020
How true are these numbers
Do you know anyone that has CORONA...... Pls am asking for a friend biko.

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by Andrew13: 12:29am On Jul 24, 2020
Ok
Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by backbone503(m): 12:29am On Jul 24, 2020
Over 40million Nigerians should have already been (unknowingly) infected, and 85-90% of these people have ignorantly overcome the virus. All these testing, isolation, quarantine and lockdown thing in Nigeria na looting strategy.

If (God forbid, though) covid persist till mid next year, almost every Nigerian would have been infected. And expectedly, 85-90% will survive.

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by otokx(m): 12:30am On Jul 24, 2020
Still observing.
Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by dahgifted(m): 12:31am On Jul 24, 2020
finaly livescores don show
Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by paulolee(m): 12:33am On Jul 24, 2020
bad...lord heal our land
Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by realstars: 12:33am On Jul 24, 2020
I Have Seen Today's Result, Now I Can Go To Bed In Peace.

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by Kennitrust(m): 12:36am On Jul 24, 2020
The report was really delayed today
Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by Victorking11: 12:38am On Jul 24, 2020
[quote author=dahgifted post=92039059][i][b]finaly livescores don show[/b]u ] ✓u are so funny/quote]
Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by Tozic: 12:39am On Jul 24, 2020
2gbasky22:
See Ehn......
Kogi state is supposed to be a perfect case study, For our government to allow life to return to normal .

We all know there Covid9-19 in all states of the federation, but Kogi state has vehemently deny having covid, and heaven has not fall in kogi state. people are going about their daily activities.

Here in kogi, I have seen people who manifest almost all the covid-19 symptoms ....from dry cough to high temperature, lost of smell $ taste , sneezing etc . and they recover from it after few days. and life continues .


the government should save cost and soft pedal on the hype they accord this disease. they can continue to use the isolation centres to carter for the elderly people who are prone to suffering severe fatalities from the virus. But let other others go to their houses and take care of themselves, they will definitely get well withing few days.

Corona virus in Nigeria is not as deadly as it is been painted.

people are contracting the virus everyday, they treat themselves and are recovering from it in their houses,


Government is wasting resources ....
I read on Nland today that Lasg uses 1million for one patient daily ...... Na so ah just weak

Actually this shit is just a punishment and an avenue for FG to avert their responsibilities and to keep looting as much as they can.

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Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by NigeriaDaily247: 12:39am On Jul 24, 2020
Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by ayinde2020: 12:39am On Jul 24, 2020
God heal the world
Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by Nobody: 12:41am On Jul 24, 2020
Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by Victorking11: 12:41am On Jul 24, 2020
God help Nigeria and the world
Re: 604 New COVID-19 Cases, 246 Discharged And 10 Deaths On July 23 - (4145 Tested) by Nobody: 12:43am On Jul 24, 2020
This is what I wait for every night.
Little wonder why everyone is so bothered with a virus with a 99.95% chance that you are going to get through it and live is really interesting and a big deal here.

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