COVID-19 infections in Nigeria now 8,344 as NCDC confirms 276 more cases yesterday.

Active Coronavirus cases who are on admission now rises to 5710.

46803 people have been tested for Coronavirus in Nigeria.

COVID-19 Death toll rises from 233 to 249; 16 more COVID-19 deaths confirmed.

2,385 patients have recovered from the dreadful Coronavirus disease.

Lagos has the most COVID-19 cases in Nigeria, inches closer to 4000 cases. Total infections is 3756. The nation's infection epicenter. 161 infections detected yesterday.

Lagos also has the most COVID-19 death in the country; 47. However, 658 patients have recovered from the virus in the state,the highest in the country.

36 cases were recorded in Rivers 27 in Edo, and 19 in Kaduna.

19 cases found in Kaduna has prompted the extension of their lockdown by another two weeks.

Oyo is the most infected state in the whole of southwest after Lagos, and the 6th most infected state in the country. 6 more cases confirmed yesterday, total infections now 250. 

Kano had 4 cases yesterday, while Ogun recorded just 1. COVID-19 cases now 923 and 241 respectively.

Lagos, Kano, FCT, Kastina, and Borno are top five most infected states with COVID-19 in Nigeria.

However, FCT discharged 12 more COVID-19 patients yesterday total recoveries now 156, the second highest in the federation behind Lagos.

Nassarawa relaxed their curfew, eased lockdown, and discovered 10 infections yesterday, total infections now 56 with just 2 deaths.

Gombe recorded 2 more COVID-19 cases. This comes after 30 patients fled the isolation centre yesterday.

Borno recorded just 1 infection yesterday. However, they are still the 5th most Infected state.

Anambra recorded it's first COVID-19 death as a 66years old patient dies.

There were also deaths in Ekiti, Akwa Ibom, and Ondo.

Enugu, Taraba, Anambra, Benue, Imo, Abia, and Bayelsa have the fewest number of cases in Nigeria.

Enugu, Taraba, Bayelsa, Abia, and Benue haven't recorded any COVID-19 death so far.

Kogi and Cross river are yet to record any COVID-19 case in Nigeria.


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