No National Lockdown for Nigeria, Despite Rise In COVID-19 Cases

There have been calls on the Nigerian government to declare a national lockdown, following an increase in COVID-19 cases over the past week. The army has denied media reports that this plan of action has been ordered by the government for March 27 - this as the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control reports that the current number of cases are now at 65.

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