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COVID-19: Nigeria Records 60 New Cases, No Death On Saturday


COVID-19: Nigeria Records 60 New Cases, No Death On SaturdayNigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has said the country’s total COVID-19 cases increased by 60, bringing the total number to 164,207.

With this figure, a total of 471 infections were been confirmed over the past seven days.

Lagos, the hardest-hit state, recorded the highest number of new positive samples with 22 cases, followed by Rivers and Bayelsa with 15 and seven fresh infections, respectively.

Other states with new COVID-19 cases on Saturday are as follows: Kaduna (5), Ogun (4), Akwa Ibom (3), Osun (2), Kano (1) and Ebonyi (1).

The agency reported zero deaths on Saturday which keeps the COVID-19 fatality toll at 2,061.

However, 21 patients were confirmed to have been discharged across the country on Saturday.

A total of 164,207 coronavirus cases have now been confirmed across the country, out of which 154,325 patients have recovered, while there are currently 7,821 active cases.

News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that more than 100 million people globally have been infected 16 months after the detection of the coronavirus.

According to a tally by Johns Hopkins University published on Saturday, the number of global deaths that can be traced to COVID-19 have risen above three million.

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Africa has reached 4,408,245 as of Saturday,” Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) said.

It said the death toll from the pandemic stood at 117,378, while 3,951,191 patients across the continent had recovered from the disease.

South Africa, Morocco, Tunisia, Ethiopia and Egypt are among the African countries with the most cases on the continent, according to Africa CDC.

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