Nigeria | Covid-19
Real Time Visualization
By Geoinfotech Team
CORONA VIRUS 2019Nigeria
LATEST UPDATES - Nigeria Covid-19
Global Cases by Johns Hopkins CSSE Visualisation: JHU CSSE. Support for automation: the team from Esri Living Atlas. Sources of data: WHO, CDC, ECDC, NHC, DXY;
You can track the outbreak that began in the real-time map published by Johns Hopkins University in the US, which operates on Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
In response to this current public health emergency, Johns Hopkins CSSE created an online dashboard (static snapshot shown below) to view and track the reported cases on a daily schedule; the full set of data can be downloaded as a google file. Visualized case data is collected from different sources including WHO, US CDC, ECDC China CDC (CCDC), NHC, and DXY. DXY is a Chinese website that aggregates NHC and local CCDC situation reports in near real-time, providing more current regional case estimates than the national level reporting organizations are capable of, and is thus used for all the mainland China cases reported in our dashboard (confirmed, suspected, recovered, deaths). U.S. CDC, and all other countries (suspected and confirmed) case data is taken from the corresponding regional health departments. The dashboard is intended to provide the public with an understanding of the outbreak situation as it unfolds, with transparent data sources.
We are currently in the process of conducting additional modeling of this emerging outbreak and will update this blog post with the results soon.
NIGERIA COVID-19 CASES
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Steps to avoid Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)
Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly with alcohol-based rubbing or washing your hands with soap and water, destroys viruses on your skin.
Maintain social distance at least 1 meter (3 feet) between you and someone coughing or sneezing. When anyone coughs or sneezes, they stream from their nose or mouth tiny liquid droplets that may contain the virus. When you’re too close, you can breathe in droplets, like the COVID-19 virus, if you have the disease.
Avoid touching the sensitive inner parts of your body eg (eyes, nose and mouth). Hands touch several objects and catch viruses. When infected, hands can transfer the virus to your eyes, nose, or mouth. The virus will invade your body and make you sick.
Practice respiratory hygiene Make sure that you and your people follow proper respiratory hygiene. This means covering the mouth and nose with bent elbow or tissue while coughing or sneezing. Replace the used tissue immediately.
Virus distributing droplets. Through practicing good respiratory hygiene, you protect people around you from viruses like cold, flu, and COVID-19.
Seek medical care early – Just in case If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing
When you have fever, cough and trouble breathing, stay home early when you feel unwell. When you have fatigue, cough, and breathing trouble, seek medical attention and call ahead. Follow the local health authority’s guidance.
If you are in Nigeria Immediately call NCDC’s 24/7 toll-free number 0800 970 000 0010. Do not self-medicate
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