The business sectors surrendered to an episode of ailment as new corona virus concerns forces countries around the world to a close down of public areas. Many would have thought that this would be a short term type of event, but with the recent updates, this could be a little bit more problematic down the road. 

News of still more confirmed COVID-19 corona virus cases around the world are only fueling investors fears as the virus shows no signs of dissipating. And in Lagos, Nigeria a State described by BrinkNews in December 2019 as the largest economy in Africathe State Government has announced a shut down of all markets and stores in the state except those selling essential commodities like foodstuffs, medical supplies, water and so on with effect from today. And with over 200 million people, it is the largest market in the continent, its population nearly twice the size of Ethiopia (110 million) or Egypt (102 million).

The shutdown has been predicted to have a negative effect on the economy of Africa and the world at large. So many business sectors will definitely feel the heat of the moment while for some industry, right now is an ideal opportunity to increase in sales and to lock down customer's loyalty for life.

The question therefore is; Who are the biggest winners during the COVID-19 virus outbreak? 

Wherever you are right now, it's possible or even likely you've been advised to stay at home. It's the right thing to do for the safety of vulnerable people around the world, but that doesn't mean it's not incredibly boring – and if you have access to the internet, to kill the boredom, my best bet is NetFlix. 

Catching up on the many TV shows and movies available on Netflix can help you overcome boredom. With Netflix, it’s hard to believe that anyone could run out of new shows or movies to watch. There are a whole bunch of movies available at your fingertips to fall back on. The COVID-19 Virus might be a global problem that has affected many industries negatively, but for NetFlix, it is time to gain greatly.

In Nigeria and Africa, everyone has been advised to use digital finance as a means to stem the spread of COVID-19.

Governments and startups on the continent are implementing measures to shift a greater volume of payment transactions toward mobile money and away from cash — which the World Health Organization flagged as a conduit for the spread of the corona virus. Do you know what that means for banks? more revenue through the charges applicable to bank accounts, electronic transfers, and Automated Teller Machines (ATM).

Cables & Television Station
Watching TV is the easiest way to ward off your boredom. You can watch any kind of interesting programs such as comedy, quiz, documentary film and follow live reports through the news stations available. 

In Nigeria, to fully enjoy all these programs mentioned above, you need a subscribed cable to access different TV stations. In the past few months, so many people abandoned their Television, many stopped subscribing their cables as they feel it is not necessary. But the pressure of staying at home will force them to subscribe.
Telecommunications Companies
Life without the internet is pretty hard to fathom. We use the internet for virtually everything in our lives, in fact, without the internet, the facilities mentioned above cannot be achieve. Internet service providers during this period will benefit greatly as everyone will need the internet more than before. 

During this period, Information to help people stay safe, know what is going on around the world, connected and informed will be as important as the air we breathe. So many people will come online to read blogs that daily serves them the latest information available. For Bloggers, it is a time to build an audience, and to generate more views.