COVID-19 Statistical Analysis has really many damages to humanity and the world at large, the movers and shakers of the world have suffered a lot during this pandemic, these set of countries or people are trying their best to come up lasting solutions to this deadly virus, they give donations, medical aids and food as well.
As we all know that the third world war countries are not really buoyant financially, this has been the reasons why many of these countries relax their lockdown earlier than other advanced countries of the word,
COVID-19 has been a pain in the neck for everybody, it is our common enemy, it is a war against humanity, a war that does not recognize our religion, tribe, race, ethnicity, political affiliation, and economic or financial differences.
This Virus has led to cancellation or postponement of many major events around the Globe.
Having said this, there is a need to know whether the COVID-19 Cases have been on the rise or we are curbing it, perhaps are we getting any solution in sight, the relaxation of the lock down of many countries started on MAY 4 2020, we shall look at the aftermath effect of this relaxation in this post.
President Donald Trump and accompanied officers in their Press Briefing yesterday suggested that the first doses of Vaccine for COVID-19 should be available by the end of the year, he also said the vaccine will be used by emergency team before it is made available for entire Populace, he said the schools should be back in the ‘’Fall’’(August/September) and teachers above 65 years of age should stay at until vaccine is found.
As of today the COVID-19 cases have been on the rise in many African Countries after the relaxation of their lock down, our statistical analysis will be narrowed down to Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa. Nigeria relaxed its Lock down on May 4 2020, since then everyone has been engaging in one economic activity or another.
There has been immense increment in number of cases after the ease of lock down in Nigeria compare to when lock down was in place. Prior to relaxation of lock down the total case stands at 2550.
Nigeria recorded her First case in February 27 and total cases from February to May 3 was 2550 confirmed cases compare to what we recorded in the last 12 days of the post lock down.
With this stats, there is high probability that the cases in Nigeria will surpass 10,000 by July, there has not been total compliance of all the preventive measures prescribed by the W.H.O and All Other Government directives.
I was at the two major markets for investigative work namely: Idumota market in Lagos and Agbeni Market in Ibadan, many of these market women and market men do not believe there is anything Called COVID-19, nothing like social distancing.
At this point, I will like to implore our Government to make sure that there is total compliance to rules guiding the relaxation of the lock down on the part of citizens so as to stop the rapid spreading of the virus and on the part of government, please reach our people, give out some sort of palliative to every citizenry, by doing this, we will be able to curb it to the barest minimum.
Let’s all act collectively to fight this pandemic, let’s put away all our differences and wage war against what is common to all humanity.
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