On Thursday, December 10, Nigeria recorded its most noteworthy number of COVID-19 in five months.
The Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) affirmed 675 new cases across 15 states, with the casualty cost ascending to 1,190.
Before yesterday, the last time the daily count exceeded 675 was on July 1, when 790 new infections were recorded.
That is also the day when Nigeria had its highest record of positive samples.
With the spike in the numbers over the past days, the country may just be on the verge of a second wave of Coronavirus infections.
This was a fear raised by the Minister of Health, Osagie Ehanire, on Thursday during the media briefing of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19.
“We are seeing the expansion in the quantity of affirmed COVID-19 cases over the most recent couple of days, which we have as often as possible suggested as of late.
“This properly proposes that we may simply be nearly a second rush of this pandemic,”