Governments and the COVID-19 billions

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Governments and the COVID-19 billions

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SINCE the Covid-19 global pandemic touched down in Nigeria in late February, there have been concerted efforts by the private and public sectors to mobilise resources to contain its spread. As early as March 26, the Coalition Against Covid-19 (CACOVID) emerged to mobilise private sector leadership and resources to support health facilities to respond to […]

Governments and the COVID-19 billions
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