Coronavirus cases in Nigeria again have stirred reactions on social media as citizens react to the new update by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, NCDC.
The NCDC on Thursday, May 21 reports three hundred and thirty-nine confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Nigeria, a figure that raised the eyebrows of concerned citizens.
Meanwhile, this is as the Federal Government is considering to reopen schools, allow for banks to fully operate and other business sectors after the expiration of the two weeks lockdown extension.
The new update by the NCDC has, however, caused a barrage of reactions among netizens as many fear for what may happen should the government declare religious centres fully open as well as business sectors.
See below some of the reactions;
It’s time for we embrace and find #Covid19CureNigeria before the number of infections get out of control.
Drop your Twitter Handles
Follow everyone who Retweet I’m following Back
— A . O PRISTINE LIMITED (@PristineLimited) May 21, 2020
We don cross 7k cases laslas
Like this comment for a follow
— Paul Bushman (@bushman_paul) May 21, 2020
May the souls of the departed rest in perfect peace and may the Holy Spirit comfort their loved ones, In Jesus Precious Name, Amen
— Imani The Evangelist (@__ayomi) May 21, 2020
Maddd o…these numbers ehnnn…e go better.
Pls make una come let’s gain followers o, follow me for a quick follow back
Like for a follow spree, follow everyone who likes and follow
— MR LONG RICH (@OmoAlhajii1) May 21, 2020
Chai this is too much339
The lord’s protection
…Let’s keep staying safe.#preacheroflove
I need more followers. IFB IMMEDIATELY
— Preacher of Love (@3f4a99dc975d4d9) May 21, 2020
But Lagos is getting 100+ new cases everyday stay safe people
Like to get a follow
Kindly follow back too. It’s important
— Adenle mayor (@adenle_mayor) May 21, 2020
Meanwhile, in another development, the Nigerian Medical Association, NMA, Lagos State branch has ordered its members to resume work after it had declared a stay-at-home on Wednesday following police brutality.