FCT Records 100 New Cases Of COVID-19

There are now 29,286 confirmed cases of the disease in the country, 11,828 patients discharged and 654 deaths according to the NCDC update released on Monday.

The minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Mr. Mohammed Bello / Photo credit: guardian.ng
The minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Mr. Mohammed Bello / Photo credit: guardian.ng

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has reported 575 new cases of COVID-19 in the country with the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) alone recording 100 cases.

There are now 29,286 confirmed cases of the disease in the country, 11,828 patients discharged and 654 deaths according to the NCDC update released on Monday.

Lagos, which recorded 123 new cases now has 11,367 confirmed cases while the FCT has 2,281.

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Delta State reported 58 new cases and has a total of 1,285 confirmed cases, while Edo State with 52 new cases now has 1,435 confirmed cases of the coronavirus disease.

Ogun State reported 42 new cases.

Katsina State had 24, Bayelsa State had 23, Rivers State had 22, Borno State had 19, Plateau State and Ondo State reported 18 new cases each.

Cases in Oyo State dropped from previous highs in the last few days to 17, while in Kwara State, 15 new cases were recorded.

There were 13 cases in Osun State, nine in Enugu State, seven in Nasarawa State, six in Abia State, five in Cross River State, three in Kaduna State and one in Ekiti State.

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