FCT Now Has 5,028 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

Only Lagos State, which reported 98 new infections has more confirmed cases with 17, 992.

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 number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 infections have risen to 5,028 after 34 new cases were reported on Monday.

Only Lagos State, which reported 98 new infections has more confirmed cases with 17, 992. Oyo State has 3,050 confirmed cases.

According to the Monday update from the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), the now has a total of 52,548 confirmed cases of COVID-19.

39,257 patients have so far been discharged, while the death toll stands at 1,004. Also, 321 new cases were reported across 21 states.

Kaduna State reported 30 new cases, Nasarawa State had 25, Benue State had 21, Plateau State had 17, Rivers State had 15 and Adamawa and Ogun State reported 11 new cases each.

There were nine new cases in Enugu State, eight in Edo State, seven each in Delta and Ekiti states, five in Gombe State, four in Ebonyi State, and three each in Bayelsa, Kano ans Ondo states.

Cross River, Imo, Kebbi and Niger states all had two new cases each, Abia and Bauchi states each had a single case.

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