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Coronavirus vaccine can be discover in Nigeria, says Nigerian journalist







A Nigerian journalist identified as Eric Patrick, has said on Sunday that the deadly Coronavirus vaccine can be discovered in Nigeria.

"The journalist urged The World Health Organisation (WHO) to send medical experts to Nigeria for research."

However, the journalist claimed that Nigerians have the most strongest immune system in the world, adding that the vaccine is likely to be in Nigeria.

According to reports the United States of America evacuated 36,300 of the US citizens from Nigeria with 77 other countries for the fear of Coronavirus pandemic in the country.

"The countries who evacuated their citizens revealed that the Nigerian health system can not be trusted in that case they evacuated their citizens, THEWATCH NEWS can report.




Our correspondent ( Eric Patrick) learnt that the Nigeria now has 214 confirmed cases and recorded four deaths according to the NCDC.


The World Health Organisation ( WHO) reveal that drinking alcohol does not protect human against the deadly Coronavirus and can be dangerous.

WHO also added that frequent or excessive alcohol consumption can increase your risk of health problems.

"You can recover from Covid-19, says WHO."
According to medical experts, catching the new Coronavirus does not mean you will have it for life.




The World Health Organisation (WHO) has called on African leaders to increase lockdowns to help control the spread of the disease.

World Health Organisation has also advised Africa to launch an online training for Covid-19 responders. "This is to better train health workers, increase public health education and make communities safer, says WHO."

Our correspondent ( Eric Patrick) has gathered that the total confirmed cases in the world is 1, 096, 346 with 58,620 deaths globally.

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