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Coronavirus: We Are Not Even Sure If There's Any Case Of COVID-19 In Nigeria ~UN

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Coronavirus: We Are Not Even Sure If  There's Any Case Of COVID-19 In Nigeria ~UN 

The United Nations, UN, has communicated worries about the impact and genuine greatness of the spread of coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria, saying it was at this point indistinct.

As indicated by the worldwide body, the nature of reaction to the malady must match the size of the emergency.

UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria, Mr Edward Kallon, who expressed this fourteen days back during the dispatch of Nigeria/UN COVID-19 Basket Fund in Abuja, stated: "This is a difficult second for us all as our mutual mankind is under danger of COVID-19 pandemic''Societies around the world are in strife and economies are in a crash.

It is as yet indistinct what the genuine size of the spread and effect of the infection will look like in Nigeria. The accessible rising proof is, be that as it may, clear.

The main compelling reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic is trying, confinement and contact-following.

"From primer large scale and miniaturized scale social monetary examination, the COVID-19 pandemic is relied upon to put enormous weight on Nigeria's medicinal services framework and will bring about a genuine financial and financial weight with a danger of a negative social effect, if proactive measures are not taken to forestall, get ready, react and pad the monetary effect of the pandemic.

"The International Monetary Fund has rethought the worldwide possibility for development for 2020 and 2021, pronouncing that we have entered a downturn – as awful as or more awful than in 2009.''We must react definitively, inventively and together to stifle the spread of the infection and address the financial obliteration that COVID-19 is causing in our present reality.
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