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Coronavirus – Nigeria: Recent Updates
Coronavirus – Nigeria: Recent Updates

List Of infection In Nigeria ” Coronavirus – Nigeria: Recent Updates “


LocationTotal casesNew cases (1 day*)New cases (last 60 days)Cases per 1 million peopleDeaths
Worldwide96,218,601No data60-day trend chart12,3742,058,534
Nigeria113,3051,30160-day trend chart5501,464
Kaduna2,778No data60-day trend chart45445


*The number of new cases reported for the most recent day of complete data, within the last three daysSources: WikipediaThe New York TimesJHU CSSE COVID-19 Data

*The number of new cases reported for the most recent day of complete data, within the last three daysSources: WikipediaJHU CSSE COVID-19 Data

As of 2:00 Am on 9th April, there are 276 confirmed cases, 0.5 Cases per 1M people, 44 discharged. 6 death.

Delta State has recorded its first confirmed case of COVID-19, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control has announced.

The NCDC on its Twitter handle on Saturday afternoon announced that eight new cases of coronavirus were reported in Nigeria. Seven were reported in Lagos.

according to Wikipedia more 8 cases has been announced as at 2:00 am on 29, of March 2020 after the announcement by NCDC on Saturday the 28th of March, 2020

The new cases raised the total number of confirmed infections in Nigeria to 97.

Break down on Coronavirus – Nigeria: Recent Updates

As of 04:00 pm, Lagos state has become the epicenter for the outbreak in the country. As at the time of reporting Lagos state has recorded 145 cases, FCT- 54, Ogun 4, Oyo 11, Edo 12, and more other states in Nigeria have confirmed infection cases as listed on the afore table. In the past, just a few cases were recorded Probably severe measures were not put in place on time. before now the recorded cases like at Enugu, Edo, and Bauchi had two cases each, while Ekiti, Osun, Rivers, and Benue have recorded one case each, but now it has escalated

Nigeria has only recorded one death from the outbreak since it started.

Contract tracing

The number of cases in Nigeria has been soaring in the past few days since the first confirmation in February.

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Since then, the country has intensified effort to trace those who might have been exposed to the virus from infected people.

Globally, as of Sunday morning, over 1 million cases (1,475,976) were confirmed with over Eighty-Six thousand (86,979) deaths.

“A multi-sectoral national emergency operations center (EOC), activated at level 3, continues to coordinate the national response activities,” the NCDC added.


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