First Case Of Ebola Virus Recorded In Lagos, Nigeria - Check Preventive Measures

6 years ago by: Daniel Bosai
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-- Online (m) at 24-07-2014 06:49PM

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We were all praying the deadly Ebola virus would not make it’s way to Nigeria, but sadly it looks like the first recorded case in the country has been detected. According to UK’s Sky News a Liberian man in his 40s has tested for the deadly Ebola virus, in Lagos, the commercial capital of Nigeria.




The Lagos State Ministry of Health today July 24th said a Liberian man in his 40s is being tested for the deadly Ebola virus in Lagos.
 
On July 14th, the Lagos state government issued an alert to residents of the state over the deadly virus currently sweeping through some west African countries, including Liberia.
 
Further details on the outcome of the test is still being expected. This would be the first recorded case of one of the world's deadliest diseases in Nigeria.




-- kbaba0007 (m) at 24-07-2014 07:15PM
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NA wa oooo ebola
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-- Freshlycrazy (m) at 24-07-2014 07:29PM
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na foreigners don bring am enta Nigeria so... but dem for use d virus tk wipe out bokoharam...
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-- cocoeni (f) at 24-07-2014 07:52PM
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 Shocked Shocked Shocked Lord have mercy
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-- raybenzino (m) at 24-07-2014 08:42PM
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Nawa
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-- dareper (m) at 24-07-2014 08:47PM
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This is not good
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-- joseusi007 (m) at 24-07-2014 09:04PM
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all these bloody civil servant immigration and customs is your job to collect money only on the borders. Civil servants will stop until they have this country on her knees begging to survive  Huh?
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-- potsofgold (m) at 24-07-2014 09:27PM
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the listed preventive measures doesn't guarantee enough safety, people should consume more natural herbs, spices & roots that contains the nutrients that resist the virus, the land is blessed with such. westerners better discover vaccine for the decease they developed.
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-- dickman2 (m) at 24-07-2014 09:28PM
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 Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked
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-- chicco77 (f) at 24-07-2014 10:15PM
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 Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked
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-- orekiata (f) at 24-07-2014 10:56PM
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Lord you are our refuge and shield
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-- beneno (m) at 24-07-2014 11:03PM
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 Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes
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-- Iyajison (m) at 24-07-2014 11:38PM
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God wil surely kip us
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-- odprince (m) at 24-07-2014 11:52PM
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A LIBERIAN MAN CARRY THE DISEASE PASS OUR BORDER AND ENTER NAIJA....BUT NO IMMIGRATION OR THOSE USELESS PEOPLE CALL THEMSELVES HEALTH PEOPLE AND YELLOW CARD PEOPLE HOLD HIM RIGHT?BUT IF ME AS A NIGERIAN REACH BOARDER,THEY WILL COLLECT ALL MY MONEY...THEY ARE CRIMINALS...
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-- bishop5 (m) at 25-07-2014 01:57AM
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nawaoooooo
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-- EmekaBlue (m) at 25-07-2014 03:19AM
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na lie...na so ghana talk their own hoax b4
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-- seveneleven (m) at 25-07-2014 03:44AM
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i wonder ooo
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-- p4490758 (m) at 25-07-2014 05:00AM
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He was suppose to have a yellow card before crossing over to Nigeria, God!!!! we are still far, things like this hard happen in obodo oyibo, cuz you will have your yellow card to be checked what`s up with you.. abeg turn off the light make I sleep joor..
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-- angesco (f) at 25-07-2014 06:08AM
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Do we have the medical expertise, facilities and medication to deak with this. Lets get the experts in IMMEDIATELY. Nigerians have had a terrible 2014 so far - lets not make it any worse!
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-- hylink (m) at 25-07-2014 07:33AM
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Please treat him and send him back
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