COVID-19 SITUATION REPORT FOR MAY 29TH, 2020
Coronavirus cases in Nigeria exceeds 9000 as NCDC confirms 387 more infections. Total number of cases now 9302.
58727 persons have been tested for the dreadful virus.
There are 6344 active patients who are on admission in isolation centres across the country.
2697 patients have recovered from COVID-19.
261 patients have died from the ravaging COVID-19 disease.
Lagos remains the nation's infection hub with 4377 cases, 254 more were discovered yesterday by the NCDC.
Lagos also has the highest discharge rate in the country with 745 recoveries,and the highest deaths recorded with 47 fatalities.
The FCT recorded 29 more cases yesterday. The country's political hub is Nigeria's third most infected State with 564 cases and 14 deaths.
Kano recorded just three cases yesterday. However, 41 deaths has been recorded with 942 cases, the country's second most infected state.
Oyo recorded 15 more cases yesterday. The second most infected State in the southwest after Lagos. Total infections now 275.
Oyo has also surpassed Borno and is now the 5th most infected State in the federation.
It must be said that Borno discharged 135 COVID-19 patients from the Abba Kyari Isolation Centre in Maiduguri yesterday.
Edo also recorded 22 cases yesterday, Rivers recorded 15, and Kaduna 11.
Lagos,Kano, FCT, Katsina, and Oyo are the top five most infected states in Nigeria.
No new infections was discovered in ogun yesterday. However, ondo discovered 1 and Bauchi discovered 2.
Kogi, Benue, Abia, Taraba, and Enugu are yet to record any COVID-19 death so far.
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.