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COVID-19: Nigeria Records Sharp Drop From Monday With 159 Cases

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Nigeria on Tuesday recorded a sharp decline in COVID-19 cases after the country saw a spike on Monday.

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) in its daily report on Tuesday said 159 new infections were recorded with no deaths as against the 711 that were recorded the previous day with two deaths.

The 159 new cases spread across 14 states including the FCT (28), Lagos (28), Nasarawa (25), Plateau (24), Kwara (22), Delta (8), Kano (8), Rivers (7), Edo (2), Bauchi (2), Bayelsa (2), Kaduna (1), Sokoto (1) and Taraba (1).

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This now brings the total caseload in the country to 211,330.

From that number, 202,803 persons have recovered from the virus, while 2,884 have died.

States Affected No. of Cases (Lab Confirmed) No. of Cases (on admission) No. Discharged No. of Deaths
Lagos 77,723 58 76,916 749
FCT 23,177 1,988 20,971 218
Rivers 12,654 103 12,397 154
Kaduna 10,010 95 9,837 78
Plateau 9,739 199 9,472 68
Oyo 8,742 43 8,508 191
Edo 6,570 48 6,298 224
Ogun 5,372 2 5,290 80
Ondo 4,545 87 4,360 98
Akwa Ibom 4,348 228 4,076 44
Kano 4,340 80 4,143 117
Delta 4,104 1,438 2,556 110
Kwara 3,952 239 3,650 63
Osun 2,985 43 2,856 86
Enugu 2,750 132 2,589 29
Gombe 2,566 8 2,501 57
Nasarawa 2,503 119 2,345 39
Anambra 2,369 17 2,333 19
Katsina 2,226 6 2,185 35
Ebonyi 2,059 24 2,003 32
Imo 2,052 112 1,899 41
Abia 2,017 17 1,970 30
Benue 1,788 308 1,455 25
Ekiti 1,771 28 1,715 28
Bauchi 1,680 37 1,625 18
Borno 1,356 4 1,314 38
Bayelsa 1,235 8 1,199 28
Taraba 1,202 58 1,116 28
Adamawa 1,157 27 1,098 32
Niger 1,057 39 998 20
Sokoto 807 7 772 28
Cross River 634 12 597 25
Jigawa 598 16 565 17
Yobe 502 3 490 9
Kebbi 458 9 433 16
Zamfara 277 1 268 8
Kogi 5 0 3 2

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