Increase in testing capacity of countries for Coronavirus is the first step to a positive battle against this pandemic. This paper provudes annurgent opinion piece on Nigeria's poor testing capacity for COVID-19 cases. Given Nigeria's high population yet slow testing by the authorities, it is important to state and remind the government that Nigeria may be in for tougher times if it does not ramp up testing for cases early as undetected community transmissions could potentially overwhelm the country's health sector.
The article briefly analyse current statistics on testing in Nigeria vis-a-vis what other countries are doing to ramp up testing as of April 30 2020. The paper is mainly advisory but very informative too.
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ENEYO, GEOF. "An opinion on Testing and Contact tracing for COVID-19 cases in Nigeria." Afribary.com (2020). Accessed January 26, 2021. https://afribary.com/works/an-opinion-on-testing-and-contact-tracing-for-covid-19-cases-in-nigeria