Medical experts have warned of an imminent surge in coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases and deaths in the next two week

Medical experts have warned of an imminent surge in coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases and deaths in the next two weeks, as the Federal Government yesterday announced easing of lockdown measures and reopening of schools for graduating students.⁣⁣
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They, however, said the only solution remained total compliance with the World Health Organisation (WHO) protocols – regular washing of hands, physical/social distancing – and wearing of facemasks.⁣⁣
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A consultant virologist and chairman, Expert Committee on COVID-19, Prof. Oyewale Tomori, told The Guardian: “Lockdown or no lockdown, if you don’t obey the simple rules of washing your hands regularly, social and physical distancing and wearing of face masks, the number of cases and deaths will increase. I think we are getting back to a surge. In another two weeks, the situation will get worse if we refuse to obey the basic rules.⁣⁣
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“Government was forced to make the decision because of the economic reasons, and inability to provide enough palliatives. But if we don’t do the right things, things are going to get worse.”⁣⁣
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President, Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), Prof. Innocent Ujah, said: “When we had Ebola, we had no lockdown rules, but we observed high personal hygiene of regular washing of hands and sanitising. The problem today is that all the protocols are not working, or rather, people are not observing them. The hand-washing recommendation is not working. Wearing of face mask? Compliance is low. The worst is social distancing. If they are not working, how far can we go?”⁣⁣
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To read on, click the link in bio.⁣⁣
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Medical experts have warned of an imminent surge in coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases and deaths in the next two weeks, as the Federal Government yesterday announced easing of lockdown measures and reopening of schools for graduating students.⁣⁣
⁣⁣
They, however, said the only solution remained total compliance with the World Health Organisation (WHO) protocols – regular washing of hands, physical/social distancing – and wearing of facemasks.⁣⁣
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A consultant virologist and chairman, Expert Committee on COVID-19, Prof. Oyewale Tomori, told The Guardian: “Lockdown or no lockdown, if you don’t obey the simple rules of washing your hands regularly, social and physical distancing and wearing of face masks, the number of cases and deaths will increase. I think we are getting back to a surge. In another two weeks, the situation will get worse if we refuse to obey the basic rules.⁣⁣
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“Government was forced to make the decision because of the economic reasons, and inability to provide enough palliatives. But if we don’t do the right things, things are going to get worse.”⁣⁣
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President, Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), Prof. Innocent Ujah, said: “When we had Ebola, we had no lockdown rules, but we observed high personal hygiene of regular washing of hands and sanitising. The problem today is that all the protocols are not working, or rather, people are not observing them. The hand-washing recommendation is not working. Wearing of face mask? Compliance is low. The worst is social distancing. If they are not working, how far can we go?”⁣⁣
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To read on, click the link in bio.⁣⁣
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