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NCDC announces 108 new COVID-19 cases — 78 in Lagos

NCDC announces 108 new COVID-19 cases — 78 in Lagos
April 23
23:48 2020
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The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has announced 108 new COVID-19 cases in seven states and the federal capital territory.

The agency broke the news on its Twitter handle late Thursday.

According to the breakdown, 78 were recorded in Lagos, 14 in FCT, five in Ogun, four in Gombe, three in Borno, two in Akwa Ibom, and one each in Kwara and Plateau.

As of 11:30 pm on April 23, there were 981 confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported in Nigeria. Of this figure, 197 have recovered while 31 have died.

108 new cases of #COVID19 have been reported;

78 in Lagos
14 in FCT
5 in Ogun
4 in Gombe
3 Borno
2 in Akwa Ibom
1 in Kwara
1 in Plateau

As at 11:30 pm 23rd April there are 981 confirmed cases of #COVID19 reported in Nigeria.

Discharged: 197
Deaths: 31#TakeResponsibility pic.twitter.com/cq7STlnHGJ

The breakdown of the cases in the states are below:

  • Lagos-582
  • FCT-133
  • Kano-73
  • Ogun-29
  • Katsina-21
  • Osun-20
  • Oyo-17
  • Edo-17
  • Borno-12
  • Kwara-11
  • Akwa Ibom-11
  • Kaduna-9
  • Gombe-9
    Bauchi-8
  • Delta-6
    Ekiti-4
  • Ondo-3
  • Rivers-3
  • Jigawa-2
  • Enugu-2
  • Niger-2
  • Abia-2
  • Benue-1
  • Anambra-1
  • Sokoto-1
  • Adamawa-1
  • Plateau-1

As of Thursday night, a total of 9,552 COVID-19 tests had been conducted across the country.

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