Cross River and Kogi States are the main two states in Nigeria that have not recorded any cases since the infection discovered its way into Nigeria.
The all out number of COVID-19 cases in Nigeria, as per NCDC, is 6677 as of Wednesday night.
In any case, as per Governor Ayade, when his legislature began seeing the effect of COVID-19 pandemic all inclusive on TV, it immediately reacted by locking out the state against the infection.
Ayade made the affirmations during a visitor appearance on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily on Thursday,
“As soon as we started reading in the papers and watching on television globally the impact of this pandemic, what we did as a state was to quickly respond to it by locking out our state against the virus.
“So we actually did not lockdown, we locked out the state.”
Ayade added: “We blocked our borders immediately and commenced no mass movement.
“We started right on time, we were proactive, and we continue to sustain that.”