Why COVID-19 is not a death sentence
By Guardian Exclusive
04 April 2020 | 1:10 pm
As of April 2, more than 200,000 patients have recovered from coronavirus infection, Nigeria has also recorded her share cases of discharged patients. Yes, many have lost their lives to the deadly virus, there some that are living proof that the virus is not necessarily a death sentence. Stay healthy, stay home, stay safe and don’t relent in observing the proper hygiene during this period.
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