Nigeria records five new cases of Coronavirus

Nigeria’s Federal Government on Wednesday revealed that the nation has recorded five new cases of the deadly Coronavirus.
This means that the total number of Coronavirus cases in Nigeria is now eight.
Minister of Health, Prof. Osagie Ehanire on his Twitter handle on Wednesday, said he regretted to announce five new cases of Coronavirus in the country.
He said the government had intensified contact tracing for these cases to control the risk of spread and that the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, was already supporting the response efforts.
”I regret to announce the confirmation of 5 new #COVID19 cases in #Nigeria bringing the total no. of confirmed cases to eight.
“We have intensified contact tracing for these cases to control the risk of spread and
@NCDCGov is already supporting the response efforts,” he said.

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