#COVID19: “Before Donating Your Building As An Isolation Centre, Consult Your Neighbors” — Shehu Sani

May 15, 2020
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Ex-Lawmaker, Senator Shehu Sani has advised individuals who intend to donate their unoccupied buildings to the regime, to be used as isolation centres for the treatment of COVID-19 patients, to consult their neighbors before doing so.

Shehu Sani stated this in a tweet on his official Twitter handle, @ShehuSani, on Friday.

“Before you donate your unoccupied building to the Government to be used as Isolation Center,be courteous and consult with your neighbors.They are at the receiving end when things go wrong,while you take the glory and the commendation for doing good,” he tweeted.

New cases of the novel coronavirus that emerged in the central Chinese city of Wuhan in late December are being reported daily around the world.

According to the latest report released by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) the country has recorded 5,162 confirmed cases of the coronavirus.

According to the latest figures published by Johns Hopkins University, 4,444,670 cases have been detected globally, with 302,493 deaths and 1,588,858 people now recovered.

Below are the countries that have so far confirmed coronavirus cases:

United States – 1,417,889 cases, 85,906 deaths

Russia – 252,245 cases, 2,305 deaths

United Kingdom – 234,441 cases, 33,693 deaths

Spain – 229,540 cases, 27,321 deaths

Italy – 223,096 cases, 31,368 deaths

Brazil – 203,165 cases, 13,999 deaths

France – 178,994 cases, 27,428 deaths

Germany – 174,478 cases, 7,884 deaths

Turkey – 144,749 cases, 4,007 deaths

Iran – 114,533 cases, 6,854 deaths

China – 84,029 cases, 4,637 deaths

India – 82,103 cases, 2,649 deaths

Peru – 80,604 cases, 2,267 deaths

Canada – 74,782 cases, 5,592 deaths

Belgium – 54,288 cases, 8,903 deaths

Saudi Arabia – 46,869 cases, 283 deaths

Netherlands – 43,680 cases, 5,609 deaths

Mexico – 42,595 cases, 4,477 deaths

Pakistan – 37,218 cases, 803 deaths

Chile – 37,040 cases, 368 deaths

Ecuador – 30502 cases, 2,338 deaths

Switzerland – 30,463 cases, 1,872 deaths

Portugal – 28,319 cases, 1,184 deaths

Sweden – 28,582 cases, 3,529 deaths

Qatar – 28,272 cases, 14 deaths

Belarus – 26,772 cases, 151 deaths

Singapore – 26,098 cases, 21 deaths

Ireland – 23,827 cases, 1,506 deaths

United Arab Emirates – 21,084 cases, 208 deaths

Bangladesh – 18,863 cases, 283 deaths

Poland – 17,615 cases, 883 deaths

Ukraine – 17,330 cases, 476 deaths

Israel – 16,579 cases, 265 deaths

Romania – 16,247 cases, 1,053 deaths

Japan – 16,120 cases, 697 deaths

Austria – 16,058 cases, 626 deaths

Indonesia – 16,006 cases, 1,043 deaths

Colombia – 13,610 cases, 525 deaths

South Africa – 12,739 cases, 238 deaths

Kuwait – 11,975 cases, 88 deaths 

Philippines – 11,876 cases, 790 deaths

Dominican Republic – 11,320 cases, 422 deaths

South Korea – 11,018 cases, 260 deaths

Denmark – 10,911 cases, 537 deaths

Egypt – 10,829 cases, 571 deaths

Serbia – 10,374 cases, 224 deaths

Panama – 9,118 cases, 260 deaths

Czech Republic – 8,351 cases, 293 deaths 

Norway – 8,196 cases, 232 deaths

Argentina – 7,134 cases, 353 deaths

Australia – 7,019 cases, 98 deaths

Malaysia – 6,819 cases, 112 deaths

Morocco – 6,607 cases, 190 deaths

Algeria – 6,442 cases, 529 deaths

Bahrain – 6,198 cases, 10 deaths

Finland – 6,145 cases, 287 deaths 

Kazakhstan – 5,689 cases, 34 deaths

Afghanistan – 5,639 cases, 136 deaths

Moldova – 5,553 cases, 194 deaths

Ghana – 5,530 cases, 24 deaths

Nigeria – 5,162 cases, 167 deaths

Oman – 4,341 cases, 18 deaths

Luxembourg – 3,915 cases, 103 deaths

Armenia – 3,860 cases, 49 deaths 

Hungary – 3,417 cases, 442 deaths

Bolivia – 3,372 cases, 152 deaths

Iraq – 3,143 cases, 115 deaths

Thailand – 3,025 cases, 56 deaths

Cameroon – 2,954 cases, 139 deaths

Azerbaijan – 2,879 cases, 35 deaths

Greece – 2,770 cases, 156 deaths

Uzbekistan – 2,652 cases, 11 deaths

Guinea – 2,473 cases, 15 deaths

Honduras – 2,318 cases, 133 deaths

Croatia – 2,221 cases, 94 deaths 

Bosnia and Herzegovina – 2,218 cases, 122 deaths

Senegal – 2,189 cases, 23 deaths

Bulgaria – 2,138 cases, 102 deaths

Ivory Coast – 1,971 cases, 24 deaths

Cuba – 1,830 cases, 79 deaths

Sudan – 1,818 cases, 90 deaths

Iceland – 1,802 cases, 10 deaths

Estonia – 1,758 cases, 62 deaths

North Macedonia – 1,723 cases, 95 deaths

Guatemala – 1,518 cases, 29 deaths

New Zealand – 1,498 cases, 21 deaths

Lithuania – 1,511 cases, 54 deaths

Slovakia – 1,477 cases, 27 deaths

Slovenia – 1,464 cases, 103 deaths

Djibouti – 1,284 cases, 3 deaths

Somalia – 1,284 cases, 53 deaths

Democratic Republic of the Congo – 1,242 cases, 50 deaths

El Salvador – 1,210 cases, 23 deaths

Kyrgyzstan – 1,111 cases, 14 deaths

Gabon – 1,104 cases, 10 deaths

Tunisia – 1,032 cases, 45 deaths

Maldives – 982 cases, 3 deaths

Latvia – 962 cases, 19 deaths

Kosovo – 944 cases, 29 deaths

Sri Lanka – 925 cases, 9 deaths

Guinea-Bissau – 913 cases, 3 deaths

Cyprus – 907 cases, 17 deaths

Tajikistan – 907 cases, 29 deaths

Albania – 898 cases, 31 deaths

Lebanon – 886 cases, 26 deaths

Niger – 876 cases, 50 deaths

Costa Rica – 830 cases, 8 deaths

Mali – 779 cases, 46 deaths

Burkina Faso – 773 cases, 51 deaths

Andorra – 761 cases, 49 deaths

Kenya – 758 cases, 42 deaths 

Paraguay – 754 cases, 11 deaths

Uruguay – 724 cases, 19 deaths

Georgia – 667 cases, 12 deaths

Zambia – 654 cases, 7 deaths

San Marino – 648 cases, 41 deaths

Jordan – 586 cases, 9 deaths

Equatorial Guinea – 583 cases, 6 deaths

Malta – 522 cases, 6 deaths

Tanzania – 509 cases, 21 deaths

Jamaica – 509 cases, 9 deaths

Taiwan – 440 cases, 7 deaths

Venezuela – 455 cases, 10 deaths

Sierra Leone – 408 cases, 26 deaths

Chad – 399 cases, 46 deaths

Republic of the Congo – 391 cases, 15 deaths

Occupied Palestinian territories – 375 cases, 2 deaths

Benin – 339 cases, 2 deaths

Mauritius – 332 cases, 10 deaths

Montenegro – 324 cases, 9 deaths

Vietnam – 312 cases

Rwanda – 287 cases

Cape Verde – 315 cases, 2 deaths

Haiti – 273 cases, 20 deaths

Ethiopia – 272 cases, 5 deaths

Nepal – 258 cases

Togo – 238 cases, 11 deaths

Sao Tome and Principe – 235 cases, 6 deaths

South Sudan – 231 cases

Madagascar – 230 cases

Liberia – 215 cases, 20 deaths

Eswatini – 187 cases, 2 deaths

Myanmar – 181 cases, 6 deaths

Uganda – 160 cases

Central African Republic – 143 cases

Brunei – 141 cases, 1 death

Cambodia – 122 cases

Trinidad and Tobago – 116 cases, 8 deaths

Mozambique – 115 cases

Guyana – 113 cases, 10 deaths

Mongolia – 98 cases

Monaco – 96 cases, 4 deaths

Bahamas – 96 cases, 11 deaths

Barbados – 85 cases, 7 deaths

Yemen – 85 cases, 12 deaths

Liechtenstein – 82 cases, 1 death

Libya – 64 cases, 3 deaths

Malawi – 63 cases, 3 deaths

Syria – 48 cases, 3 deaths

Angola – 48 cases, 2 deaths

Eritrea – 39 cases

Zimbabwe – 37 cases, 4 deaths

Antigua and Barbuda – 25 cases, 3 deaths

Nicaragua – 25 cases, 8 deaths

Botswana – 24 cases, 1 death

East Timor – 24 cases

Gambia – 23 cases, 1 death

Grenada – 21 cases

Bhutan – 20 cases

Mauritania – 20 cases, 1 death

Laos – 19 cases

Belize – 18 cases, 2 deaths

Fiji – 18 cases

Saint Lucia – 18 cases

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 17 cases

Dominica – 16 cases

Namibia – 16 cases

Burundi – 15 cases, 1 death

Saint Kitts and Nevis – 15 cases

Vatican – 12 cases

Comoros – 11 case, 1 death

Seychelles – 11 cases

Suriname – 10 cases, 1 death

Papua New Guinea – 8 cases

Western Sahara – 6 cases

Lesotho – 1 case

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