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COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by Dyt(f): 12:49am On Feb 23
542 New COVID-19 Cases, 681 Discharged And 23 Deaths On February 22


542 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria;
Lagos-99
Kwara-91
Ebonyi-48
Ogun-44
Kaduna-42
Oyo-33
Ondo-25
FCT-24
Kebbi-23
Osun-20
Ekiti-17
Nasarawa-12
Imo-11
Delta-10
Gombe-9
Kano-8
Katsina-7
Rivers-7
Edo-5
Plateau-4
Bauchi-3
https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1363987245607374848?s=19


Highlights
On the 22nd of February 2021, 542 new confirmed cases and 23 deaths were recorded in Nigeria Till date, 152616 cases have been confirmed, 129300 cases have been discharged and 1862 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory

The 542 new cases are reported from 21 states- Lagos (99), Kwara (91), Ebonyi (48), Ogun (44), Kaduna (42), Oyo (33), Ondo (25), FCT (24), Kebbi (23), Osun (20), Ekiti (17), Nasarawa (12), Imo (11), Delta (10), Gombe (9), Kano ( 8 ), Katsina (7), Rivers (7), Edo (5), Plateau (4) and Bauchi (3)

A multi-sectoral national emergency operations centre (EOC), activated at Level 3, continues to coordinate the national response activities
https://covid19.ncdc.gov.ng/#!

February 21 https://www.nairaland.com/6427193/covid-19-update-february-21-2021

Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by Pointblank09(m): 12:54am On Feb 23
Coro is real. Stay safe and avoid harmful health practices and that could put you at risk
FTC on two consecutive days on this Topic.
If you know you do not have anything meaningful to say kindly skip this thread.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by lordopsy2018: 1:03am On Feb 23
Lori iro
Sky dey fall down u say u won run, where u won run enter.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by inoki247: 1:06am On Feb 23
Live score don tire everybody...


something must kill a man one yeye livescore no fit come dey scare us we go play our part nd take precautions wear mask we no fit run away...

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Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by theFilmtric: 1:06am On Feb 23
cheesy
This is a joke


theFilmtricsay

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Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by oshe11: 1:11am On Feb 23
Omo!!!


The way Nigerians take snub Corona ehn, even the Virus shockgrin


With the way they hyped it and how nonchalant Nigerians are regard Corona, the Virus for don wipe Us finish


All in All, We thank God for Stronger Immune System

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Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by EmeraldKing7(m): 1:12am On Feb 23
Sister,u doh take over the mantle from Mr References?? cheesy

Anyway we should be glad that the corona wey dey Africa na play play

America just recorded over 500k covid 19 deaths... That's more than the Americans killed in WW1,WW2 and the Vietnam war combined

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Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by comsirheed: 1:21am On Feb 23
God no go shame us
Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by BAZ001: 1:40am On Feb 23
Pointblank09:
Coro is real. Stay safe and avoid harmful health practices and that could put you at risk
FTC on two consecutive days on this Topic.
If you know you do not have anything meaningful to say kindly skip this thread.

So what you just posted is meaningful? cheesy
Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by willyo(m): 1:40am On Feb 23
This country Sha..
Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by Antonioviva: 1:45am On Feb 23
Hmm.... let's not forget to take solace and be thankful that the Sub Saharan Africa is still perhaps the safest place on earth as far as this pandemic may be concerned. Our prayers with those who couldn't survive its fatality, however.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by Mendelssohn(m): 1:51am On Feb 23
Without an askance about the verisimilitude of these figures being vulcanized by the evolution of each passing day, and without any valid reason to floccinaucinihilipilificate such asseveration from the statutory body, instilling it into our sensitive perception that the debilitating effect of this pervasive population decimator, one that has resolutely defied all entreaties of medical prognosis, might lead many to spend the night that knows no earthly waking if at individualistic and collective level, a paroxysm of significant precautionary inclination, is not emphasized in full throttle.
I dare aver, even at the risk of sounding platitudinously humdrum that much as rudderless we have posed since the advent of this global concern in terms of deliberate effort to proffer a panacea to this quagmire, given the centrifugal excrescence of valiant attempts by statutory enforcers to ensure that adequate social precautions are taken into due congnizance to forestall an ugly sceptre of indecent incident of dissident distribution of this malady within the social space, our greatest undoing is the trivialization of how pernicious the threat inherent in this pandemic may be.
But above all, who are we to cavil and complain when our amaranthine remote assistance in Nigeria, comes from above, our lacklustre endeavours notwithstanding?
Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by uniquelyspecial(m): 2:08am On Feb 23
Pointblank09:

FTC on two consecutive days on this Topic.
So this is the meaningful thing you have to say?

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Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by Emeka71(m): 2:16am On Feb 23
O M G so this corona-virus of a thing is still existing; and just look at on 22 February there are 23 deaths and 24 at Abuja; and also see how Senate President Ahmed Lawan is looking like Fayemi and also Buhari is carrying our airport to who knows where.
Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by sameks08(m): 2:34am On Feb 23
23 estimated deaths God save us.
Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by Emeka71(m): 2:38am On Feb 23

BAZ001:


You
Antonioviva:
T
Mendelssohn:
W
@Dyt long time
; seems is like these people don't have anything to contribute to the topic.
Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by ofiko123(m): 2:38am On Feb 23
May God save us from this deadly coronavirus in Jesus mighty name...
Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by akilo1: 2:54am On Feb 23
23 what? E don happen ooo my people
Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by samx4real(m): 2:56am On Feb 23
Story







For the gods...

grin
Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by samx4real(m): 2:58am On Feb 23
oshe11:
Omo!!!


The way Nigerians take snub Corona ehn, even the Virus shockgrin


With the way they hyped it and how nonchalant Nigerians are regard Corona, the Virus for don wipe Us finish


All in All, We thank God for Stronger Immune System

I dey tell you, no be lie.
Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by Originalsly: 3:46am On Feb 23
The vaccine will be deadlier than the virus.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by ItuExchange(m): 3:54am On Feb 23
Are people not getting tired of these stats?


Profits from games of knowledge: https://www.predictmag.com/
Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by Janae1: 3:58am On Feb 23
This is real
Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by okomile(f): 4:33am On Feb 23
Until they end this push push numbers, kogi will remain 5.
We will know the true story behind this in 10years time and I pray I am alive to read it.

All I know is that sisi coro son tire

Make we also do the needful at all times
Shalom

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Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by juman(m): 5:25am On Feb 23
Why no vaccination yet in nigeria.
Even if just some hundred of thousands at first.
Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by Aladino(m): 6:43am On Feb 23
[quote author=Dyt post=99333982]542 New COVID-19 Cases, 681 Discharged And 23 Deaths On February 22


https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1363987245607374848?s=19


https://covid19.ncdc.gov.ng/#!5






These NCDC are nothing but copy cats. They follow American trend on Covid-19. They follow their pattern of curve. Basically they are doing nothing other than watching CNN and giving false figure. A country that couldn't not issue 1000 Nigerians NIN per day is claiming to test about 5000 blood samples of Covid-19 test daily.

Fear NCDC

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Re: COVID-19 Update For February 22 2021 In Nigeria by gringrin: 8:26am On Feb 23
kiss

Cursed be anyone who gets paid to rig elections in this country, force evil leadership on us and is getting paid to defend evil in the media.

May they use all the money they are being paid to treat incurable disease that doctors cannot diagnose.

May the money they are being paid be used to pay ransom to release their kidnapped relations, spouses, children and parents.

As for those who are killing and kidnapping people in the country, may they lost their lives through fire accident and may terrible disease and afflictions locate them to the point that they will not remember to think about killing anyone else but will only think about how to recover their health.

May this be their portion and that of their accomplices.

May Nigeria and it's citizens be free from every evil and triumph gloriously this year and beyond.

This is written and so shall it be....Amen.

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