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COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by References: 1:01am On Jan 08
1565 New COVID-19 Cases, 683 Discharged And 6 Deaths On January 7


1565 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria;
Lagos-807
FCT-236
Kaduna-79
Oyo-57
Plateau-47
Rivers-37
Katsina-35
Edo-30
Sokoto-30
Delta-26
Kebbi-23
Ondo-20
Enugu-18
Abia-17
Ogun-17
Benue-16
Bayelsa-15
Bauchi-14
Niger-13
Kano-10
Borno-6
Imo-5
Ekiti-4
Osun-2
Jigawa-1
https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1347318969766735872?s=19

Highlights
On the 7th of January 2021, 1565 new confirmed cases and 6 deaths were recorded in Nigeria
Till date, 95934 cases have been confirmed, 77982 cases have been discharged and 1330 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory
The 1565 new cases are reported from 25 states- Lagos (807), FCT (236), Kaduna (79), Oyo (57), Plateau (47), Rivers (37), Katsina (35), Edo (30), Sokoto (30), Delta (26), Kebbi (23), Ondo (20), Enugu (18), Abia (17), Ogun(17), Benue(16), Bayelsa (15), Bauchi (14), Niger (13), Kano (10), Borno (6), Imo (5), Ekiti (4), Osun (2) and Jigawa (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 314 community recoveries in Lagos State, 158 in Kaduna State and 84 in Plateau State managed in line with guidelines.
https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1347323880835309569?s=19

January 6 https://www.nairaland.com/6349635/covid-19-update-january-6-2021

Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by westlius(m): 1:05am On Jan 08
God no go shame us

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by engrMikemd(m): 1:06am On Jan 08
Scamdemic!

For all I know people are not feeling down and die on the street Kogi, I think other states should learn from Kogi.

If NCDC continue with this charade, schools might not open on the 18th proposed earlier.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by Funlag: 1:10am On Jan 08
Hmmm
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by oluayebenz: 1:18am On Jan 08
NCDC will get tired with this report one day.
They will realize Nigerians are not move.

I drove through NIMC office today, omo come see crowd waiting for NIN capturing, and the govt want me to take them serious with this Scamdemic?

If the virus is truly real in Nigeria,
Is NIN more important than our LIFE?
Cant NIN be suspended for now?

Someone should pls lemme talk to buhari, too many questions that need answers abeg

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by starbuck(f): 1:21am On Jan 08
Kogi should hand over their manual to this people so that they can let us be

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by oluayebenz: 1:21am On Jan 08
engrMikemd:
Scamdemic!

For all I know people are not feeling down and die on the street Kogi, I think other states should learn from Kogi.

If NCDC continue with this charade, schools might not open on the 18th proposed earlier.


Kogi is not part of Nigeria, maybe they are from other world.
Las Las all of us go dey alright for this country

Covid indeed angry

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by samx4real(m): 1:32am On Jan 08
Mr Righteousness








What do you have to say?
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by okomile(f): 1:32am On Jan 08
Lagos no dey kari las

At this rate, lockdown is on sanwo olu's mind

We big pass dem, we go survive.

FMC Lagos MD said if u have malaria symptoms or cough, u will be tested for coro.

Nobody wan go hospital, na to treat malaria at home we dey.

God will surely heal us all. Amen

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by paulolee(m): 1:35am On Jan 08
this lagos figures is getting serious each day, it seems lagosians are the only people still going for covid test..
state like kogi with continuous 5 cases have stopped going for test and moved on with tbier lives, afterall wetin u no know, no fit kill u..
I still insist that if covid is really in Nigeria, it would be worst than the figures we are seeing..
maybe Nigeria covid de select face or alot of infected people aint showing symptoms n would get to recover without knowing..

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by sameks08(m): 1:37am On Jan 08
when will dis scamdemic end and who will answer dis qus

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by roqrules04(m): 1:38am On Jan 08
We should all protect ourselves always ..
#MaskOn
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by Funkyswagzz(m): 1:40am On Jan 08
These guys are inflating the number so they can get vaccine.. an avenue to cash out

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by realstars: 1:46am On Jan 08
TVT
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by potbelly(m): 1:48am On Jan 08
Problem dey o.. shocked shocked
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by potbelly(m): 1:49am On Jan 08
Its obvious they are not carrying out tests in that state.

starbuck:
Kogi should hand over their manual to this people so that they can let us be

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by walkingshadow911: 1:52am On Jan 08
Audio Testing Microphone eh
Terry G testing microphone eh...
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by Temysteve(m): 1:57am On Jan 08
engrMikemd:
Scamdemic!

For all I know people are not feeling down and die on the street Kogi, I think other states should learn from Kogi.

If NCDC continue with this charade, schools might not open on the 18th proposed earlier.

I wondered if Kogi state is not part of Nigeria.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by eki2000(m): 2:05am On Jan 08
This is fruad, totally unacceptable. Why keep on raising the numbers to attack resumption of schools. Is Education the sector causing rise of COVID 19, when worship centres are opened, markets and event centres are operating. Please they should stop this local assumption, it's not compulsory they should follow the rest of the world by increasing figures!

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by SirWarlock: 2:15am On Jan 08
eki2000:
This is fruad, totally unacceptable. Why keep on raising the numbers to attack resumption of schools. Is Education the sector causing rise of COVID 19, when worship centres are opened, markets and event centres are operating. Please they should stop this local assumption, it's not compulsory they should follow the rest of the world by increasing figures!
tell states to stop reporting then if they don't want any reason to close down schools undecided. It's not that hard sad. Only problem is federal schools are under the FG(PTF) sad.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by MANNABBQGRILLS: 2:19am On Jan 08
Baba God,
We thank you for life oooo

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by mika1123: 2:30am On Jan 08
The overall death rate from the latest COVID-19 is 2.4times higher for blacks than for whites ,and 2.2 times higher for Asians and Latinos.https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2020/04/07/coronavirus-is-infecting-killing-black-americans-an-alarmingly-high-rate-post-analysis-shows/?arc404=true
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by catice(m): 2:31am On Jan 08
Illiterates like you can type all you want and call it scandemic. It’s every man for himself now, and no one is going coerce anyone into believing it’s not scam. Just that the sad thing is most of you are jobless hypocrites. I know you gonna be the ones to keep 12 feet distance and wash hands like crazy. You only come here and to mislead your gullible lots.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by ebony2011(m): 2:46am On Jan 08
The NIN registration should be suspended.Its process attracts large gathering thereby putting everyone at risk of contracting the covid -19 virus.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by Michelle28520: 2:59am On Jan 08
Out govt are very funny, dey keep producing figures everyday, I don't know where they are getting it from, with d way things are happening in dis Country,its so obvious dt there is nothing like Covid- 19,dey say we should register for NIN d kind of crowd dt are available at d centre shows Covid is just a scam, its a way of looting our Country's money, if MTN will discontinue my line,dey had beta start doing it. Our Country is in a mess with d leaders we av, I doubt dis Country coming out soon.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by SirWarlock: 3:04am On Jan 08
They shouldn't just do mass shutdown of schools especially varsities sad.
Re: COVID-19 Update For January 7 2021 In Nigeria by imolile: 3:05am On Jan 08
Imagine their Lies, Lagos 807 and Kano 10, They have the highest votes in Election in Kano and the highest population in Kano, These numbers are made up.

This number being churn out by Nigerian rulers will hunt the citizens in the coming days
They will use it as a parameter to deny you opportunities
Countries that are wise have stopped of pegged their numbers at a lower level to redeem their country image
Nigerian ruler are acting the good boy in the new neo colonialism agenda

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