Nigeria: Caught Between Two Viral Pandemics

Nigerians are caught between two pandemics, but hope is rising.

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“SARS again?"

"No. not this time."

"SARS has suddenly resurfaced to team up with COVID-19 to kill us all?"

SARS - Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome originated in China in 2002. The viral disease spread quickly throughout the world but was quickly contained. Nigeria’s SARS…



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