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Catholic priests in Metro Manila are risking their lives to serve their poverty-stricken community.
BBC News, Abuja
The Catholic Bishop Conference of Nigeria has offered all its health facilities across the country as isolation and treatment centres for coronavirus patients.
The Director of the Catholic Health Secretariat in Nigeria, Emmanuel Okechukwu, told the BBC that the church had more than 440 heath facilities and they were willing to allow them to be used for testing, isolation and treatment centres.
Nigeria has been struggling with bed spaces and has called for the donation of properties from organisations and individuals.
The head of the coronavirus response team in Nigeria, Boss Mustapha, has called on state governments to take advantage of the facilities.
Nigeria has 4,641 confirmed cases of coronavirus - though there are concerns regarding low levels of testing.
After qualifying as a doctor, Christopher Gault left medicine for the priesthood - but now he's back on the wards.
Pope Francis calls for global solidarity with a mass held behind closed doors on Easter Sunday.