COVID-19: Nigeria Records More Fatalities, New Cases, in 20 States

The Nigerian Center for Disease Control (NCDC) has reported 444 coronavirus cases throughout 20 states and the Federal Capital Territory of Abuja.

On Saturday morning, the NCDC announced on its verified Facebook page that seven individuals had died due to the virus’s consequences.

COVID-19: NCDC reports spike in fatalities in Nigeria

Edo State had the most cases with 71, followed by Akwa-Ibom with 49, Kwara and Oyo with 49 apiece, and Kaduna with 21.

Ekiti (20), FCT (19), Anambra (17), Delta (16), Kano (16), Bauchi (14), Ogun (11), Bayelsa (9), Benue (9), Cross River (7), Nasarawa (5), Jigawa (2), Zamfara (2), and Enugu (1) were the states with the most people.

COVID 19: NCDC records 655 new cases, more fatalities

Since the onset in 2020, Nigeria has registered 194,088 cases of the disease.

According to the Public Health Agency, 433 patients were treated, recovered, and discharged from isolation centres around the country on Friday, while 2,494 people died.

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