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COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by References: 11:58pm On Jan 06
1664 New COVID-19 Cases, 903 Discharged And 1 Death On January 6

1664 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria;
Lagos-642
FCT-407
Plateau-160
Kaduna-83
Rivers-62
Adamawa-47
Nasarawa-38
Abia-29
Edo-28
Anambra-27
Niger-24
Ogun-24
Imo-15
Oyo-14
Kano-12
Osun-12
Borno-9
Delta-7
Enugu-7
Bauchi-5
Ekiti-5
Sokoto-5
Jigawa-2
https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1346953012653268994?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/


Our discharges today include 388 community recoveries in Lagos State, 261 in Kaduna State, 87 in Plateau State and 20 in Imo State managed in line with guidelines.
https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1346953810661543944?s=19

January 5 https://www.nairaland.com/6347618/covid-19-update-january-5-2021

Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by Nobody: 11:59pm On Jan 06
ooh!!! I still want to believe that this is a sham but the numbers are increasing, are we sure we can maintain. if only we can adhere to the Guildlines strictly we would have defeated the virus.

someone said this is a way of cashing out from those in the health ministry cos of the propose vaccine that is underway. I wish its so cos I can't stand another delay this year, we had enough last year which it has disrupt many things for us.

save your self and self your family, if you are a smoker try as hard as possible to adhere to Guildlines and social distancing, say no to babylon when smoking cos I hear say e dey deal with smokers well well.


I pray for a better year
I pray for corona to go
I pray for good health and long life
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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by TOPCRUISE(m): 12:07am On Jan 07
Year 1664. I don't want this to get to year 2021

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by realstars: 12:08am On Jan 07
1664 ?? I Wonder how mamy people below me will believe this figue because 81% of Nigerians are unbelievers.
We faild to remember that by this time lart year, there was no corona c6vid 19, yet it wasn't easy for us, but now, where are we again?

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by thesicilian: 12:09am On Jan 07
Getting interesting
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by chi4ik(m): 12:12am On Jan 07
We are in trouble!!!
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by alizma: 12:16am On Jan 07
Let us be guided, this second wave will be more deadly, do you know why? A lot of people who had earlier took the covid19 serious during the first wave have been brain washed by those people who never believed there was covid19. If you look carefully around you, you will observe that despite the increase in the figure, people don't seems to give more attention to the preventive measures like they did during the first wave. The seemingly carelessness is not limited to individuals alone, private and government establishments are not left out. We now do more of talking but less of actions towards prevention

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by SirWarlock: 12:26am On Jan 07
it's still going up sad and kogi is stuck at 5 sad. I feel for our health workers sad. Also how long till they start closing schools again undecided.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by SirWarlock: 12:30am On Jan 07
alizma:
Let us be guided, this second wave will be more deadly, do you know why? A lot of people who had earlier took the covid19 serious during the first wave have been brain washed by those people who never believed there was covid19. If you look carefully around you, you will observe that despite the increase in the figure, people don't seems to give more attention to the preventive measures like they did during the first wave. The seemingly carelessness is not limited to individuals alone, private and government establishments are not left out. We now do more of talking but less of actions towards prevention
i get your point but it's pretty much the same thing. I mean we didn't do anything special really when the cases started dropping sad and now for some reason they're going up again. Now some states just record occasionally and they call this a second wave . Maybe for the top 6 states sha. Here it has always been if you're lucky you won't catch, if you aren't you will, no matter how much you try to protect yourself well except you're buhari grin.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by realstars: 12:31am On Jan 07
Nigerians are unconditional unbelivers,

Most Nigrian's Are Strong Unbelievers about this things call covid 19.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by SirWarlock: 12:33am On Jan 07
realstars:
Nigrians Are Uncoditional Unbelievers.
well people don't believe in the country itself or it's future grin.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by realstars: 12:59am On Jan 07
SirWarlock:
well people don't believe in the country itself or it's future grin.
That Makes Us The Giant Of Africa, because only God is our redimmer.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by biddo: 1:32am On Jan 07
Theriously grin

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by tuzle(m): 1:59am On Jan 07
Let us just be watching sha, it is like school will take long vacation again. Wahala dey for person wey never finish school. If our government wants the threat of covid 19 to be taken seriously by the citizen, they need to start showing picture and videos of people in isolation center, also show videos of people who are on oxygen, if possible show when they are moving bodies from isolation center, not just dishing out figures if not most nigerians wont take them serious .

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by alezzy13: 2:06am On Jan 07
Oh dear. And the worse part is many states are still under testing.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by Litesloaded: 2:11am On Jan 07
We pray God Help this Country
Please everyone stay safe
Stay put!
I wish us Safety this 2021 wink

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by eagleonearth(m): 2:14am On Jan 07
Try eating fruits everyday, eat right, it keeps you fit and clean. Avoid harmful lifestyles like excessive drinking of alcoholic beverages and smoking or taking of illicit drugs. Then you have no business with covid 19. Above all live right and submit to God and shame can never be your portion



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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by bluefilm: 2:21am On Jan 07
alizma:
Let us be guided, this second wave will be more deadly, do you know why? A lot of people who had earlier took the covid19 serious during the first wave have been brain washed by those people who never believed there was covid19. If you look carefully around you, you will observe that despite the increase in the figure, people don't seems to give more attention to the preventive measures like they did during the first wave. The seemingly carelessness is not limited to individuals alone, private and government establishments are not left out. We now do more of talking but less of actions towards prevention

So you want everybody to continue living in fear like you even though it is now clear to the blind that the said COVID19 SCAMdemic is nothing but a political virus?

Well, I have a simple solution for you.

Lock yourself down in your small room and let the people who want to live their lives do so in peace.

#COVIDIOTS angry

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by SfJoachim1: 2:26am On Jan 07
I'm not surprise because they know they are going to signing the national budget into law by 1st of January,
another medium for embezzlement, another medium for palliative loot and haulage, another medium for flexing there personnel life style with public funds instead of delivering this country which I know belongs to us all than make more hardship befall us .

God help us the youth who has graduated and are looking up to you for a better day.

God bless Nigeria.
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by Gammfreak(m): 2:28am On Jan 07
My own fear is? Make them no go another lockdown or close down school again.

You will never know if corona virus is real, till it gets u.
You will never take it serious, till you meet someone suffering from it.

Let the treatment choice be available widespread so we can treat this shit like malaria.

But in conclusion; everyone should stay safe
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by Originalsly: 2:47am On Jan 07
alizma:


Let us be guided, this second wave will be more deadly, do you know why? A lot of people who had earlier took the covid19 serious during the first wave have been brain washed by those people who never believed there was covid19. If you look carefully around you, you will observe that despite the increase in the figure, people don't seems to give more attention to the preventive measures like they did during the first wave. The seemingly carelessness is not limited to individuals alone, private and government establishments are not left out. We now do more of talking but less of actions towards prevention


Let us be guided. With a fresh pair of eyes and cleared mind... look at the figures. Cases skyrocketed to 1600 plus.....why?.... people are not following protocols. Ok. Why with such a huge increase.... the death figure remains at 1? How can you explain that? Is it the figures are not correct?... or is it our bodies can take care of the virus?.....without medication? ... or vaccination? Over to you.
I maintain.... the virus is real... but not at all as contagious or deadly as they are frightening us with numbers to believe.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by nnadychuks(m): 2:57am On Jan 07
bluefilm:


So you want everybody to continue living in fear like you even though it is now clear to the blind that the said COVID19 SCAMdemic is nothing but a political virus?

Well, I have a simple solution for you.

Lock yourself down in your small room and let the people who want to live their lives do so in peace.

#COVIDIOTS angry
you’re selfish... who still take precautions based on their young self these days?

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by WibusJaga: 3:20am On Jan 07
It is well.

And what will be the fate of millions of "common man" on the streets who don't believe in Covid-19 & who don't comply with the preventive measures?
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by bluefilm: 3:37am On Jan 07
nnadychuks:
you’re selfish... who still take precautions based on their young self these days?

I ain't selfish, nigga.

I'm only giving a solution that will work for all.

You wanna stay locked down?

Then do it. Lock yourself away and continue living in your tiny hole.

I want to move on with my life.

Allow me to do so, please.

Don't try to stop my life with your #COVIDIOT fear fear mentality & lifestyle biko.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by gbolly1151(m): 3:44am On Jan 07
Average Nigerian don't believe covid19 exist,only top people believe and are contacting these disease.

Moreover average Nigerian man depends on self meditation .

God's love is over us here in Nigeria because it isn't serious like what we heard from abroad and God knows that we have no good health facilities to fight it.
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by ChiefS(m): 4:15am On Jan 07
SirWarlock:
i get your point but it's pretty much the same thing. I mean we didn't do anything special really when the cases started dropping sad and now for some reason they're going up again. Now some states just record occasionally and they call this a second wave . Maybe for the top 6 states sha. Here it has always been if you're lucky you won't catch, if you aren't you will, no matter how much you try to protect yourself well except you're buhari grin.
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2. Visit LUTH or IDH Yaba
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by okomile(f): 4:34am On Jan 07
Kogi is in isolation in 9ja

Kogi continent, the only one with just 5 cases recorded in months.

Kogi, I hail ooooooo

Lagos - make una wash hands and use face masks make dem no lock us down again ooooo

grin
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by Hallabee1(m): 4:38am On Jan 07
chi4ik:
We are in trouble!!!
Aje....

you are in trouble ...
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 6 2021 In Nigeria by AuwalYusuf812(m): 5:23am On Jan 07
And kogi state no dey inside again.

NCDC just dey do social distancing with kogi people. grin

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