An average of 10 people died daily from COVID-19 in the past week- Nigeria.
An average of 10 people died daily from COVID-19 in the past week in Nigeria, There is a sharp rise in Covid-19 cases, so there will surely be a rise in deaths.
Nigeria’s death count from COVID-19 surpasses 2,000
Over 2,000 people have died from coronavirus in Nigeria since the disease first showed up over a year ago.
On Thursday, March 11, about eight people died from the disease, raising the fatality rate to 2,001, based on an update by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).
The terrible milestone was recorded about a year after the first death from the highly infectious disease that happened in Nigeria. This death was recorded on March 23, 2020, and barely a week after the country began the vaccination process.
An average of 10 people lost their lives daily from COVID-19 throughout the past week in Nigeria. Thursday’s death figure raised the fatality rate in the past nine days to 94 in total.
“The reason for the increased deaths is not far-fetched. When a sharp rise in new cases occurs, death will surely be at an increase”, as stated by NCDC’s Chikwe Ihekweazu, during the worst period of the virus that happened earlier this year.
Although the death rate remained high, infections have reduced.
On Thursday, Nigeria recorded 287 new COVID-19 infections in 18 states to continue a steady run reduced figured.
Thursday’s rate, which is lower than the 394 infections on Wednesday, raised the total number of diseases in the country to 159,933.
Nigeria reported an average of 1,000 infections daily between December and January. Infection figures have relatively reduced, with daily cases hovering between 195 and 709 in the past two weeks.
Nigerians are urged to follow safety measures. Some have been put in place in different facilities to protect the people from this dreaded disease.
As a country, if we work together, we can reduce the spread of the disease. This is a very crucial time for Nigeria because a lot is happening in the country.
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