Nigeria Records 463 New Cases Of COVID-19

A total number 33,616 cases have now been confirmed in Nigeria with 13,792 patients discharged from hospital and 754 deaths reported.

The total number of confirmed cases in Nigeria has risen to 54,905 / Photo credit: The Punch
The total number of confirmed cases in Nigeria has risen to 54,905 / Photo credit: The Punch

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on Tuesday reported 463 new cases of COVID-19 in the country, the lowest number since July 8, 2020.

At least 17 states across the country reported new cases while 10 new deaths were reported.

A total number 33,616 cases have now been confirmed in Nigeria with 13,792 patients discharged from hospital and
754 deaths reported.

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Lagos State recorded the highest number of new infections with 128, Kwara was far behind with 92 new cases.

Enugu State reported the third highest number of new cases reporting 39.

Delta State had 33 new infections, Edo State had 29 and Plateau State had two.

In Kaduna State, there were 23 new cases, 15 in Oyo State, 14 each in Ogun and Osun states, 12 in Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and nine each in Ondo and Rivers states.

Eight new cases were reported in Abia State, five in Bayelsa State, three in Ekiti State and two in Borno State.

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