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This is definitely not the time to apportion blames. Rather, it is the time for solidarity and collaboration to fight the current world’s most disturbing crises making the World Health Organisation calling on humanity to ‘’FIGHT, UNITE & IGNITE’’ to combat the dreaded plague that appears to be turning the wisdom of medical experts into foolishness. With 787,010 confirmed cases all over the world, and 37, 829 deaths already recorded, out of 166,214 recoveries, the situation is worrisome.  Italy, one of the countries at the top of casualties has 101, 859 recorded cases and 11,519 deaths. Spain has recorded 94,417 positive incidents with 8,189 deaths; while the United States with about 165,000 occurrences confirmed 3,172 deaths, and there is certainty that many more incidents are waiting to ravage different parts of the world. President Trump’s disclosure that America might lose 200,000 of its citizens to Coronavirus is distressing. NO VACCINE: There’s currently no vaccine to prevent Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the World Health Organisation coming out to say one is away 12-18 months from now, anxieties cannot be misplaced. Until COVID-19 surfaced, Ischaemic heart disease  and stroke are the world’s biggest killers, accounting for a combined 15.2 million deaths in 2016. These diseases have remained the leading causes of death globally in the last 15 years. WHO records the most common causes of deaths globally as Ischaemic heart disease,stroke, chronic obstructive lung disease and lower respiratory infections have remained the top killers during the past decade. The impact of the outbreak of CORONAVIRUS is to say the least devastating, even in developed economies. COVID-19 has continued to threaten human existence, ravaging all parts of the world severely since the first incident was reported in Wuhan, Hubei Province of the Peoples Republic of Nigeria. From available indications, the whole world, not only Nigeria is on lockdown, and this calls for concern. COVID -19 is described by Mckinsey as ‘’a human tragedy, affecting hundreds of thousands of people. It is also having a growing impact on the global economy. ‘’The outbreak is moving quickly’’ such that financial experts believe that long-term viewpoints may be rubbished by fast changing negative situations being recorded all over the world. HEADING TOWARDS DISTRESS: A lot of panic buying has been witnessed in the last few days.  Even the World Health Organisation is very perturbed, stating at a media briefing yesterday that: ‘’”In the eye of a storm like COVID, scientific and public health…

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