910 Nigerians Now Dead From COVID-19

The Federal Capital Territoy (FCT) reported the highest number of new infections with 90 cases, followed by Lagos, which had 59 cases.

Nigeria's COVID-19 positive cases up to 56,604 / Photo credit: Vanguardngr.com
Nigeria's COVID-19 positive cases up to 56,604 / Photo credit: Vanguardngr.com

Fourteen more patients were on Tuesday reported to have died from COVID-19 according to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), taking the country’s total death toll to 910.

The NCDC also reported 304 new cases of the coronavirus disease, the same number that was reported on Sunday.

It has however reported less than 400 new cases for three days in a roll.

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Nigeria now has a total of 44,433 confirmed cases with 31,851 patients discharged from hospital.

The Federal Capital Territoy (FCT) reported the highest number of new infections with 90 cases, followed by Lagos, which had 59 cases.

Ondo State had 39 new cases, Taraba State had 18, Rivers State reported 17, Borno State had 15, while Adamawa State reported 12 new cases.

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In Oyo State, there were 11 new cases, nine in Delta State, six in Edo State and four each in Bauchi, Kwara, Ogun and Osun states.

Bayelsa, Plateau and Niger states had three each, Nasarawa State had two, while Kano State had a single new case.

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