Hear the reason Why Nigeria’s covid-19 mortality rate is low (audios)


The Chairman, Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, Boss Mustapha, says Nigerians must continue to thank God in view of the country’s low mortality rate being recorded following the community spread of the deadly Coronavirus pandemic.

According to him, the mortality rate of the disease is also due to the age bracket of most of those infected by the virus in the country, saying most victims of the disease are in the age bracket of 31 to 40 years.

Nigeria’s Covid-19 mortality currently stands as recorded at 573, which is an equivalent of 2.2% of the total confirmed cases in the country.

Mustapha further revealed that the PTF had identified 18 Local Government Areas (as against the previous 21) out of the 774 local governments as high burdened with 60 percent rate of the reported 24,077 infections in the country.

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