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COVID-19: Nigeria records 87 new cases again, count hits 1182

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87 new cases of COVID-19 in Nigeria NCDC

87 new cases of the dreaded pandemic, COVID-19 has been reported in Nigeria on Saturday. The rate at which the figure of infected cases in Nigeria in the last few days is so alarming. The Federal Government of Nigeria has profers several solutions to contain the spread of the pandemic.

Yet the number of confirmed cases keeps increasing as the Nigerian stakeholders fight tooth and nail to see the end of coronavirus in the country. Lagos State still remains the pandemic centre in Nigeria and a lot is being done through the office of the Executive Governor of Lagos State even as the country recorded again 87 new cases.

According to NCDC 87 new cases were found on Saturday  11:55 pm 25th April, there are 1182 confirmed cases of COVID19 as reported. The 87 cases as announced by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control through her twitter handle.

The details of the 87 new cases are listed below, as twitted on her official handle. 

33 in Lagos
18 in Borno
12 in Osun
9 in Katsina
4 in Kano
4 in Ekiti
3 in Edo
3 in Bauchi
1 in Imo

Discharged: 222
Deaths: 35 

87 new cases of the dreaded pandemic, COVID-19 has been recorded in Nigeria
Update, as published by NCDC

 

In all, all states who have been hit by Coronavirus in Nigeria are as follow.

Lagos-689
FCT-138
Kano-77
Ogun-35
Osun-32
Gombe-30
Katsina-30
Borno-30
Edo-22
Oyo-18

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Kwara-11
Akwa Ibom-11
Bauchi-11
Kaduna-10
Ekiti-8
Ondo-4
Delta-6
Rivers-3
Jigawa-2
Enugu-2
Niger-2
Abia-2
Zamfara-2
Sokoto-2
Benue-1
Anambra-1
Adamawa-1
Plateau-1
Imo-1

The rate of the spread calls for a new method of fighting the disease as it is looking like things are not working the exact way it is been planned by governors and the federal government of Nigeria.

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