Nigeria’s response to coronavirus remarkable – UN chief.

The United Nations Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, has commended Nigeria’s response to the coronavirus pandemic in the country. Guterres, who spoke at a virtual news briefing in New York, the United States on Thursday, singled out Nigeria as one of the developing countries that have “shown a remarkable capacity to respond to the coronavirus.” “I have to say this; some of these developing countries have shown a remarkable capacity to respond.

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“I was quite impressed to see, for instance, Nigeria putting in place and immediately establishing a hospital. “And I saw difficulties in countries that are much more developed to do quickly the same.” Nigeria currently has 190 cases of COVID-19 with two deaths.

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Source: (NAN)

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