Nigeria records 298 COVID-19 cases, total cases now 49,068


Nigeria has recorded its third-lowest daly infection since June 8 2020 after it recorded 298 more infections, bringing the total number of cases in Nigerian to 49,068.

In its latest update via its twitter handle, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) noted that the new infections were spread across 15 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Plateau reported the highest number of new cases – 108, followed by Kaduna with 49 while Lagos – the nation’s epicentre of the disease, recorded 47.

Others are Ogun – 18, Osun – 17, FCT – 15, Ondo – 14, Edo – eight, Oyo – six, Akwa Ibom – four, Cross River – four, Borno – three, Ekiti – two, while Bauchi, Kano, and Rivers have one more case each.

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