COVID-19 SITUATION REPORT FOR MAY 30TH, 2020
Coronavirus cases inches closer to 10,000 as Nigeria records highest daily Infections of 553.
Number of tested patients for the dreadful COVID-19 disease surpasses 60,000. Total samples tested is 60825.
6726 patients are active and are on admission at the isolation centres.
2856 patients have recovered from the COVID-19 disease in Nigeria.
273 deaths have been recorded.
Lagos recorded 378 more cases yesterday, the highest recorded in a single day. Total infections now inches closer to 5000 with a total of 4755 infections.
Lagos also has the highest recovery rate from the virus, with 766 recoveries, and 50 deaths.
Lagos discharged 21 more COVID-19 patients yesterday.
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The FCT recorded 52 more cases yesterday as against the 29 of the previous day. Total infections there now 616. The third most infected state with 17 deaths. Death toll increased by three.
Kano recorded 6 case increase in their previous discovered infections of 3. They discovered 9 yesterday. They are the country's second most infected state with a total of 951 infections and 43 deaths.
Oyo recorded just five cases of COVID-19 yesterday. The Southwest's second most infected state, and 6th in the country with a total of 280 cases.
Edo rose in the COVID-19 ruins to become the fifth most infected state in the federation, surpassing oyo. Edo recorded 22 more cases yesterday and now have a total of 284 infections.
13 COVID-19 cases were discovered in ogun yesterday. No infections were discovered the previous day though. However, 23 cases was detected in Delta, and 14 in rivers.
Delta and Rivers now have 80 and 204 cases respectively.
Borno discovered just 7 cases yesterday, and are now 7th in the rank of most infected states in the country.
Lagos, Kano, FCT, Katsina, and Edo are the top five most infected states in Nigeria.
Jigawa has a total of 270 infections in the country, 22 patients were discharged yesterday.
Lagos, Kano, and Borno have the highest number if COVID-19 deaths in the country with 50, 43, and 26.
Kogi, Benue, Abia, Enugu, and Taraba are yet to record any COVID-19 death so far in the country.
They also have the fewest number of cases in the country.
Cross River is the only state to have not recorded any COVID-19 case in the country.