[unable to retrieve full-text content]By Onwuka Gerald Nigeria on Tuesday got one of its highest daily fatality figures, after recording 21 deaths from COVID-19. Following Tuesday’s figure, the total fatalities from the virus in the country is now 1,694. Nigeria also recorded 1,056 new cases on Tuesday. The statistics was put forward after an update by the Nigeria Centre […]

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