“It will take collective efforts to share credible information widely across various channels,” he said.
He, however, urged them to use these key points in their messaging:
# Wash your hands frequently with soap under running water or use an alcohol-based sanitiser.
# Cough/sneeze into tissue and dispose properly or cough/sneeze into your elbow.
# Get information only from official sources.
Ihekweazu urged Nigerians to contact the centre for more updates on Covid-19 via www.covid19.ncdc.gov.ng.
Two cases had been discharged and there has been no death from COVID-19 in Nigeria.
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