“In any case, which scenario is more probable depends on decisions by Nigerians and how the Presidential Task Force is prepared in the next three months.

”This is crucial in the fight against a second wave of infections in the country,” he said.

NAN reports that the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control in June confirmed the highest daily toll of OVID-19 with 745 new cases.

NAN reports that the centre on Aug. 31, recorded 138 cases, the country’s lowest daily tally in almost four months.

The health agency said that there Nigeria’s total infections, hit 55,456 on Tuesday.