The impact of covid-19 pandemic on the nongovernmental workers was perceived statistically in this paper. A cross-sectional survey design was utilized and data were sourced from Awka, Anambra state capital. Opinion survey of 55 respondents using purposive sampling technique for convenience and necessity was also applied. Three research questions which were answered using descriptive statistics (mean) and percentages guided the study. Statistics showed that 46(83.6%) of the respondents who lost their jobs due to the outbreak were unable to secure another one after lockdown while 4(7.3%) were able to secure another one after lockdown and only 5(9.1%) retained their job. It was evident that out of the 55 respondents, only 10(18.2%) received palliative from the government while 45(81.8%) received nothing as they claimed that it was shared mostly among the indigenes by their president generals. The masses were advised among others to seek for alternative source of income also known as “Plan B”, peradventure this kind of pandemic hit the country again. The government should look into the lives of the nongovernmental workers especially private school teachers. Key Words: Covid-19, Pandemic, Nongovernmental workers, Statistic, Unemployment.