About 119 more people tested positive for coronavirus in Nigeria in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of confirmed cases in the country to 62,111.
Nigeria also recorded two deaths on Monday to take the fatality to 1,132.
This is according to an update by the country’s infectious disease centre, NCDC.
The 119 new cases were reported from 6 states – Lagos (77), FCT (26), Plateau (9), Edo (4), Oyo (2), Nasarawa (1)
Lagos had the highest daily figure on Monday with 77 new infections to extend its lead as Nigeria’s most impacted city by the coronavirus.
Almost 21,000 infections and 207 deaths have been reported in the commercial city.
Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, is the second most impacted with a total of nearly 6,000 cases and 80 deaths.
Nigeria has tested over 600,000 of its 200 million population.
Of the over 62,000 total, about 57,571 persons have been discharged from hospitals after treatment while a little over 3,000 active cases remain in the country.
SIJUADE RAJI TAOHEED (ZOBO): A VISIONARY LEADER WITH AN UNCOMMON AMELIORATION AGENDA
SIJUADE RAJI TAOHEED (ZOBO): A VISIONARY LEADER WITH AN UNCOMMON AMELIORATION AGENDA _”Between stimulus and response, there is a space....
Eid Il Fitr: FPE Alumni President Felicitates With Muslims
Eid Il Fitr: FPE Alumni President Felicitates With Muslims May 13, 2021 The National President of Federal Polytechnic...
Face Of Osun State 2021 Unveil Winners, Releases Stunning Photos
A beautiful Student of Osun state, Obafemi Awolowo University osun state, Queen Bakare Hasiat who emerged the winner Face...
Kizz Daniel welcomes set of twins
Popular Nigerian singer, Kizz Daniel, has announced the birth of his sons. The singer revealed this on Instagram on Saturday...
BBNaija: Big Brother announces date for Season 6 audition, lists criteria
Organizers of Big Brother Naija, BBNaija reality show has announced a new date for auditioning of season 6. A post...