Nigeria's COVID-19 Cases Soar, Amid Flouting of Lockdown Rules

A total of 5,162 COVID-19 cases have been recorded as at May 14, 2020, and if the government's lockdown regulations, social distancing and the wearing of masks are not followed by communities, the number of cases will more than likely continue to rise. 

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