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Nigeria Records 54 More COVID-19 Recoveries,133 New Cases

Nigeria on Sunday recorded 133 new cases of coronavirus (COVID-19), bringing the country’s toll to 61,440. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) disclosed this in a late-night tweet noting that Lagos, the nation’s epicenter confirmed 90 new cases of the viral disease. Other states with new cases include Rivers-13, FCT-8, Kaduna-8, Oyo-6, Ondo-3, Katsina-2, Nasarawa-2 and Plateau-1. So far, 56,611 patients…

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Nigeria Confirms 126 New COVID-19 Cases, Toll Almost 57,000

Nigeria has recorded 126  new cases of the Coronavirus, the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) has confirmed. Disclosing the latest development  on Monday via Twitter, the agency noted that of the new case 37 were recorded in Abuja, 27 in Lagos 16 in Plateau, 9 in Kaduna, 7 in Abia, while Gombe and Ondo states recorded …

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COVID-19: Nigeria Records Lowest Infections In Months With 79 New Cases

79 new cases of the novel Coronavirus has been confirmed in Nigeria, according to the country’s disease control agency. Taking to Twitter on Sunday September 13, the agency noted that the new figure is the lowest in several months, bringing the infection toll in the country to 56,256. Of the new cases, 30 were recorded in Lagos,…

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Nigeria’s COVID-19 Tally Near 50,000 As NCDC Records One New Death

On Sunday August 16, Nigeria recorded its third-lowest number of COVID-19 cases as the country’s toll moved further to the 50,000 grim milestone. Reporting 298 more infections, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) who announced the latest figure on Twitter explained that the new cases were reported from 15 states of the federation and the Federal Capital…

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Nigeria Confirms 481 New COVID-19 Cases As FCT Leads Daily Infections

Nigeria has recorded 481 new cases of the novel Coronavirus also known as COVID-19, a tweet from the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) confirmed late Thursday. The national disease agency revealed that the Federal Capital Territory had the highest number of infections on Thursday with 96 cases, with Lagos State following with 89 cases.…

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