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How Lagos fought COVID-19 virus – Dr. Akin Abayomi

By Guardian Exclusive
12 April 2022   |   5:18 am
Lagos State Commissioner of Health, Dr. Akin Abayomi speaks to GuardianTV on how Lagos fought the deadly Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). An infectious disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus that killed millions of people all around the world including Lagos.

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