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BREAKING: Nigeria records 195 new COVID-19 cases, pushing total over the 3,000 mark to 3145

The Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) Wednesday night affirmed 195 new COVID-19 cases in the nation.

The new figure, as per the NCDC report discharged through its Twitter handle, expanded the quantity of affirmed COVID-19 cases in Nigeria to 3,145.

Likewise, the pandemic loss of life has now arrived at 103.

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In the interim, 534 people have been adequately overseen and released from the confinement offices the nation over.

The breakdown of the most recent figure on a state-by-state premise indicated the accompanying: Lagos (82), Kano (30), Zamfara (19), Sokoto (18), Borno (10), FCT (9), Oyo (8) and Kebbi (5).

Others are – Gombe (5), Ogun (4), Katsina (3), Kaduna (1) and Adamawa (1).

The NCDC stated: “3,145 affirmed instances of #COVID19 in Nigeria.

“Released: 534 AND Passings: 103.”



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