The fight against the Coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria is one that requires not just the efforts of the federal government but each and every organization and person in the country. For this reason and also being the topmost visited online car sales portal in Nigeria, Naijauto.com decided to launch a new update button to display Live report on COVID-19 in Nigeria.
Naijauto launches new update button to display Live report on COVID-19 in Nigeria
1. Why the new COVID-19 update button?
With this new update button on our website, you can have all the information you need about COVID-19 in Nigeria with just a simple click. And like the saying “Information is wealth”; our team at Naijauto realizes that our massive daily website visitors could benefit greatly from the information provided through this new COVID-19 update button.
We decided to add this button at the bottom right corner of each page on our website so as to not distract visitors but at the same time be accessible for quickly getting updates about the following;
- The current number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Nigeria
- The current number of confirmed COVID-19 deaths and the number of recovered patients in Nigeria
- And also, all of the above-mentioned records categorized according to reports from each state in Nigeria
This we found to be effective in conveying authentic reports about the COVID-19 situation in the country to our visitors especially at this time when too much fake news has filled the internet.
2. COVID-19: Other useful resources provided by Naijauto
Considering the huge number of visitors we get on our website daily, we have also created a separate Coronavirus auto-updates section to provide the latest car-related news and updates that have to do with the COVID-19 situation in Nigeria.
Meanwhile, we recently published a report that captures how the automotive industry in Nigeria is presently being crippled by the COVID-19 pandemic. You can check out that article through this link below;
3. COVID-19 in Nigeria: What’s the latest?
As at the time of writing this article, the Federal Government has recently ordered the release of 150 truckloads of seized rice to all 36 states in Nigeria. Also, the Police and FRSC are strongly enforcing the social distancing order and the presidential lockdown directive in cities like Lagos, Ogun, and Abuja.
Also, many business analysts and economists are beginning to show concern as the economy of the country is already taking a bad turn due to the COVID-19 lockdown. See a video below that reports this rising issue;
Coronavirus: Nigeria's economy feels the pinch of lockdown
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is real.
#Stay Home, #Stay Safe.
Love from Team Naijauto.