Nigeria’s COVID-19 Cases Cross 60,000


Nigeria has crossed the 60,000 marks on COVID-19 cases after the country recorded 111 fresh infections on Saturday.

This was according to the daily COVID-19 stats released by the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC).

According to the NCDC, the newly recorded cases were in 11 states with Plateau being the state with the highest figure of 32 cases.

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Other states with recorded cases according to NCDC were Lagos with 23, the FCT with 15, Osun with 11, Ogun with nine, Oyo with six, Imo with four, Bauchi, Kaduna, and Yobe with three each, and Rivers with the lowest recorded case at just 2.

With the new confirmed infections, Nigeria now has a total of 60,103 coronavirus cases. 51,711 of those confirmed cases have recovered and discharged while 1,115 have died from the virus.

Lagos State with nearly 20,000 cases is the epicenter of the virus in the country.

The virus first emerged in China late last year, and since then, the virus has killed more than one million people worldwide, and also infected more than 36 million, forcing millions more out of work as the pandemic affected the majority of the global economy.

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