Nigeria Sets The Pace As Case Study On How To Tackle Spread Of Coronavirus Worldwide – WHO

Nigeria has received a recommendation from the World Health Organization (WHO) Executive Director, Micheal Ryan, who has recommended Nigeria as a case study on how best to handle the spread of coronavirus across the world.

He made this known at the WHO Health Emergencies Programme, during a press briefing with newsmen at a coronavirus response conference in Geneva, Switzerland.

He revealed that “after Nigeria confirmed its first coronavirus case, precautionary measures were taken to Make sure that the spread was curtailed with immediate effect. Ryan Praised Nigeria for establishing a 100-bed isolation unit within 48 hours of the first reported case” he said.

See video below;

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Nigeria being used as a good example of tackling the spread of Coronavirus. Only two cases have been recorded in Nigeria and the first patient has recovered.

You will remember that the Minister of Health, Osagie Ehanire. announced the first case which was an Italian man whose identity was not revealed, but was isolated and quarantined at a Yaba health care facility and was discharged after he has treated for the virus.

Also, the second case which is a Nigerian, today was confirmed to have tested negative, meaning that Nigeria officially has no known coronavirus case or death.

Nigeria is the first nation to successfully tackle the coronavirus in record time. I this we should clap for Nigeria, especially the health facilitators who have made us proud.

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