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COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by References: 11:36pm On Jan 05
1354 New COVID-19 Cases, 696 Discharged And 1 Death On January 5

1354 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria;
Lagos-712
FCT-145
Plateau-117
Kwara-81
Kaduna-54
Sokoto-39
Oyo-38
Rivers-37
Gombe-21
Enugu-20
Akwa Ibom-16
Bauchi-14
Delta-14
Ebonyi-13
Anambra-9
Taraba-8
Edo-8
Kano-3
Osun-2
Ekiti-2
Ogun-1
https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1346584128850964481?s=19

Highlights
On the 5th of January 2021, 1354 new confirmed cases and 1 death was recorded in Nigeria
• Till date, 92705 cases have been confirmed, 76396 cases have been discharged and 1319 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory
The 1354 new cases are reported from 21 states- Lagos (712), FCT (145), Plateau (117), Kwara (81), Kaduna (54), Sokoto (39), Oyo(38), Rivers (37), Gombe (21), Enugu (20), Akwa Ibom (16), Bauchi (14), Delta (14), Ebonyi (13), Anambra (9), Taraba (cool, Edo (cool, Kano (3), Osun (2), Ekiti (2) and Ogun (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/


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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by finebois(m): 11:38pm On Jan 05
Federal government should please lock us down. #SecondLockdown

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by nathanomochi(m): 11:45pm On Jan 05
This aint funny o
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by iamyemiakins(m): 11:45pm On Jan 05
finebois:
Federal government should please lock us down. #SecondLockdown

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by Yamiriflathead: 11:46pm On Jan 05
Lock down part 2 loading
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by Nobody: 11:47pm On Jan 05
we have been living with caatah since time immemorial so lets learn to live with it while still observing all necessary precautions



check my signature

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by Pointblank09(m): 11:49pm On Jan 05
We should not just wave it off that it is not real. protect yourself as you go about your daily business.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by iamyemiakins(m): 11:50pm On Jan 05
Please, let's endeavor to follow and obey all precautionary measures stated by NCDC. Na person wey Coro jam go know how e dey be o.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by iamyemiakins(m): 11:52pm On Jan 05
andrewmeddy8:
we have been living with caatah since time immemorial so lets learn to live with it while still observing all necessary precautions

Shey na catarrh matter dem dey talk for here, na people wey Coro jam go fit explain better to you. Catarrh na just freestyle for Coro matter o

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by Funlag: 11:53pm On Jan 05
grin
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by westlius(m): 11:58pm On Jan 05
finebois:
Federal government should please lock us down. #SecondLockdown
Abi na u go feed the whole Nigerians
And pay there house rent
U can survive the lockdown doesn't mean millions of Nigerians can

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by SirWarlock: 12:00am On Jan 06
I won't be surprised if governments make u-turn on schools sad grin. We'll just have to wait for it go down miraculously like it did the first time sad.
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by realstars: 12:09am On Jan 06
This Is What Nigeria Stands For.
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by internationalman(m): 12:14am On Jan 06
It's amazing how it doesn't spread that much in a country where all protocols are overlooked...

And the elites that observe most of the protocols contract it most.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by RainOnMe: 12:28am On Jan 06
And Kogi is still 5? Let's replicate God of Kogi in other states of the federation.

Well, NCDC predicted it accurately. They correctly predicted spike in January.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by biddo: 12:50am On Jan 06
shocked Kai
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by cjudy(m): 1:04am On Jan 06
FG pls justify the 400bn.
Implement total lock down make we rest since na wetin Una want.

No need to they right figure. Just say all Nigerian get Covid, we go start from beginning.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by Swiftlee(m): 1:40am On Jan 06
angry I have always wondered by States like Zamfara, Kano and Katsina with very cold weather this period and high population have low, I mean very low figures when compared to other hotter states. If COVID 19 spreads as a result of Colder Temperature, Population and Contacts.

Remember, this is not to dispute the fact that Covid does not spread in warmer weather. I'm just curious

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by BreconHills: 1:48am On Jan 06
Swiftlee:
angry I have always wondered by States like Zamfara, Kano and Katsina with very cold weather this period and high population have low, I mean very low figures when compared to other hotter states. If COVID 19 spreads as a result of Colder Temperature, Population and Contacts.

Remember, this is not to dispute the fact that Covid does not spread in warmer weather. I'm just curious

All over the world the virus begins its spread in places with the largest airports and sir traffic. It follows business and commerce not place names. As time passes spread in secondary areas increases.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by Helpfromabove1(m): 1:49am On Jan 06
If they like report 1m new cases WE SAY NO TO SECOND LOCKDOWN IN NIGERIA

We refuse to allow scamdemic affect 2021 the way it affected 2020

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by SirWarlock: 1:54am On Jan 06
Swiftlee:
angry I have always wondered by States like Zamfara, Kano and Katsina with very cold weather this period and high population have low, I mean very low figures when compared to other hotter states. If COVID 19 spreads as a result of Colder Temperature, Population and Contacts.

Remember, this is not to dispute the fact that Covid does not spread in warmer weather. I'm just curious
yea it's confusing. Also curious why we're even in a second wave when we didn't do anything special sad. Also Lagos testing positivity without increase in testing sad. Just so many questions. Unfortunately ncdc, the ptf and other stakeholders don't seem to have grasp of what they're doing sad.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by Honduras01: 1:55am On Jan 06
undecided I look at the number of death and not number of cases. We have just 1 death. How far? just 1 peree.


Government should free us jare...

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by Spaxon(f): 1:58am On Jan 06
I ask just one Question.

Why is it that Some people online are always so quick to attack churches for holding services.

When the lockdown was enforced last year.
Oh your Government gave dates for markets to be open.

Mondays
Wednesdays
And Fridays

Oh so Covid-19 is a reasonable disease.
It stays at home on Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays?

Look around everyone's moving about freely and there's no covid-19 in your neighborhood.
You'll come online and be saying Covid is real. How real is it when you can't see it.
Malaria is real we do see it on a regular basis.

Of covid-19 is so real we'd all be dead by now.

Quick Fact
A virus just like
1. Polio
2. Small Pox
3. Measles

Can't infect a person twice
Yunno why cus your body gets immune once vaccinated.

But you've seen someone out of greediness will readily accept and come online to rant that he/she got the virus twice.

Haba

It's high time yunno the Government doesn't care about you.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by SirWarlock: 1:58am On Jan 06
BreconHills:


All over the world the virus begins its spread in places with the largest airports and sir traffic. It follows business and commerce not place names. As time passes spread in secondary areas increases.
Nigeria's own is too inconsistent and uneven sad. Lagos might be the one with the large ports and all but commerce and business is nationwide sad.
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by SirWarlock: 2:02am On Jan 06
Honduras01:
undecided I look at the number of death and not number of cases. We have just 1 death. How far? just 1 peree.


Government should free us jare...
yea that part grin. Unless I'm myopic or something and we're seriously understaffed, the no. of people in isolation (admission) is still kinda low undecided which means the trend of Nigerians not getting really sick still continues undecided. So for now it's still manageable maybe grin.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by ChiefZaddy: 2:02am On Jan 06
This is getting serious

Data available, valid for 30 days.

Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by Iamdboss: 2:25am On Jan 06
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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by ClassicMan202(m): 2:27am On Jan 06
Good day everyone, my name is John Champion and my colleague Peter Drudry, The Covid-19 league is back, last season's winners and title favorites Lagos are back with full force with their eyes on a second title, other contenders FCT and Plateau are hot on their heels while Kaduna and Kwara are trying to catch up.

Sokoto and are Gombe putting up great a performance after having a bad form last season, last season's flop, Kano is still performing far below expectations despite starting well last season.

Relegation bound Kogi is still bottom of the table hopefully their form will improve before the end of the season. Thank you once again. Signing out.

PS: Covid is real but this 9ja own get as e be.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by mattmogan88(m): 2:31am On Jan 06
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by shiki(m): 2:33am On Jan 06
Lagos state must not lock down again
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 5 2021 In Nigeria by Tilykay(m): 2:39am On Jan 06
[quote author=BreconHills post=97762615]

All over the world the virus begins its spread in places with the largest airports and sir traffic. It follows business and commerce not place names. As time passes spread in secondary areas increases. [/quote

You are not totally correct k.]

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