COVID-19, healthcare facilities, and economic related data in Nigeria

Published: 22 December 2020| Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/8h5rtbbx7m.3
Ezekiel Ogundepo,
Sakinat Folorunso,
Olubayo Adekanmbi,
Olalekan Akinsande,
Oluwatobi Banjo,
Emeka Ogbuju,
Francisca Oladipo,
Olawale Abimbola,
Ehizokhale Oseghale,
Oluwatobi Babajide


Our various datasets are now updated as version 3 on Saturday, December 19, 2020. The dataset describes the healthcare facilities, state budget, and laboratories in Nigeria in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic situation of the entire population of the country amidst the pandemic. We have published a data article titled "An exploratory assessment of a multidimensional healthcare and economic data on COVID-19 in Nigeria" using this data and can be found via Please kindly cite this paper if you use any of these datasets: Ogundepo, E., Folorunso, S., Adekanmbi, O., Akinsande, O., Banjo, O., Ogbuju, E., Oladipo, F., Abimbola, O., Oseghale, E., & Babajide, O. (2020). An Exploratory Assessment of a Multidimensional Healthcare and Economic Data on COVID-19 in Nigeria. Data in brief, 106424. doi: The GitHub repository of the paper can be found via



African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Kampala International University, Federal University Lokoja


Data Science, Population, Health Care Facility, Public Revenue, Time Series Forecasting, Government Budget, COVID-19