China is Returning To Work, US is Planning To Return To work, The Rest Of The World Goes Into Lockdown


China is returning to work as the rest of the world goes into lockdown; its restarting productions at factories and resuming some flights; Employees are returning to work, and consumers are returning to shopping; Even the original outbreak central point of Wuhan is ending its lockdown soon as reported by Techcentral

Recently, China released a major positive sign of their wellness which included the false results of 80% of coronavirus test kits sent from China to Czech Republic.

Meanwhile the rest of the world continues to beef up plans to stay locked down as the outbreak continues to wreak havoc in US, Europe, India, Latin America, South Africa, Nigeria and Cameroon.

The US is also planning to return to work. But on a condition of strict hygiene and social distancing practice, as tweeted by president Trump.

“Our people want to return to work. They will practice Social Distancing and all else, and Seniors will be watched over protectively & lovingly. We can do two things together. THE CURE CANNOT BE WORSE (by far) THAN THE PROBLEM! Congress MUST ACT NOW. We will come back strong!”

Although as at the time of this report, we’re still awaiting the number and results of test kits in the country.

South Africa has tested about 13,000, while in Cameroon, for the tests that were announced, the positive results were 61% as tweeted by African tech icon, Rebecca Enochong.

In Nigeria, the federal ministry of health has constantly kept the public with up-to-date information on the coronavirus situation as regards records tested positive, recovery and death through its NCDC platform.

However, her citizens are not comfortable with the reports saying that they’re incomprehensive as they’re no specific details on how many have been tested and if they’re also enough test kits, according to a tweet by @TomiDee ABAN angel’s CEO

“We keep talking about how few have been infected or died in Nigeria. How many have actually been tested? Do we have enough test kits?”