Confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Nigeria on Friday night rises to 5621 as the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, reported one-hundred-and-seventy-six confirmed new cases of Coronavirus in the country.
According to the new update on the official page of NCDC on Friday, May 16, 21, with 1472 patients have been discharged from the Isolation centres after they are confirmed negative of the dreadful virus, while 176 already died of the pandemic.
Nigerians have, however, taken to the official Twitter page of the NCDC to react to the newly reported cases.
See below some of the reactions.
Ghana have tested over 160k people..
You are too slow in testing even after all the donations… We are still struggling to test 50k..
the slower the testing the faster the spread..
Import the #Madagascarcure let people use..
Like this for a follow..
I'll unfollow 24 hours
— ĶËĻVÏŅ~ŴŖÏĠHȚ (@KELVIN_D_WRIGHT) May 16, 2020
We won't celebrate ileya and Xmas in this kind of period o?? ?
— Oyeleke Opeyemi Timothy (@Lugard100) May 16, 2020
Like to get a follow
Who is Oyo competing with like this??
31 in a whole day and the same area
And these people have made contacts with some other people in the last 2 weeks
— Adenle mayor (@adenle_mayor) May 16, 2020
I’m already thinking of Madagascar cure with bread and beans ..No time?
I follow back
— DADDY DEE?? (@Anuoluwarpo) May 16, 2020
Maybe they forgot to send their report card. Or maybe Covid is observing weekend…. Tomorrow, they will resume dudy
— oladipupo olaide .J. ?????? ?️ (@fowosereomoba) May 16, 2020
Dear God, protect the front line workers and, every person involved in this Covid19 fight.
— Certified trouble maker ?? (@Ayoscaleb) May 16, 2020
Meanwhile, Naija News had reported that no fewer than twenty-four medical officers have contracted Coronavirus in Bauchi.
Speaking on the development, the Executive Chairman of Bauchi State Primary Healthcare Development Agency (BASPHCDA), Dr Rilwanu Mohammed confirmed that 24 medical officers in the state tested positive to coronavirus disease in a statement on Saturday.
Source: Naija News