Three More COVID-19-Related Deaths Have Been Reported In Nigeria, With 477 New Cases.
According to numbers issued on Saturday by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, 17 states and the Federal Capital Territory reported 477 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday.
Three COVID-19-related deaths were also recorded by the health authorities.
On Saturday, the NCDC announced it on its official website.
The additional instances were reported by the FCT and 17 other states, according to the agency.
Lagos had the most new infections with 113, followed by Rivers with 79, FCT with 68, Kaduna with 68, Delta with 37, Abia with 36, Oyo with 16, Akwa Ibom with 9, Plateau with 9, Cross River with 7, Edo with 6, Katsina with 4, Jigawa with 3, Bayelsa with 2, and Ogun with one case apiece.
According to the CDC, 477 new COVID-19 infections have been reported.
COVID-19 infections have already been confirmed in 203,991 people across the country.
COVID-positive COVID-positive COVID-positive COVID-positive COVID-positive COVI According to the organization, 19 people have recovered and have been discharged in the country.
With three COVID-19-related deaths confirmed, the virus’s mortality toll has grown to 2,671, according to the NCDC.
It went on to say that the national response efforts were still being coordinated by a multi-sectoral national Emergency Operations Centre, which had been activated at Level 2.