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COVID-19: List Of States With New Cases, Discharged Patients And Death Recorded

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, on Thursday night reported six hundred and eighty-one confirmed new cases of Coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria, a disturbing figure that saw Nigeria again hits another highest record of the dreadful disease since its outbreak in the country in February 2020.

Naija News understands that no cases of the novel virus were recorded on June 11 in the following states; Kwara, Plateau, Kogi, Borno, Adamawa, Edo, Osun, Abia, Enugu, Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Benue, Taraba, Zamfara, FCT, Ebonyi, Niger, Ekiti, Sokoto and Cross Rivers which has not recorded a single case of the viral disease since its outbreak in the country.

However, the newly reported cases by the NCDC brings the overall cases of COVID-19 in Nigeria to 14554, with 387 death recorded while 4494 reportedly discharged after testing negative for the virus.

See below the breakdown of states with confirmed cases of COVID-19; including active patients, discharged patients and deaths recorded in Nigeria.

Confirmed Cases by State

States Affected No. of Cases (Lab Confirmed) No. of Cases (on admission) No. Discharged No. of Deaths
Lagos 6,611 5,532 997 82
FCT 1,097 792 280 25
Kano 1,048 442 556 50
Ogun 523 296 214 13
Edo 490 343 122 25
Rivers 454 244 188 22
Oyo 434 309 118 7
Katsina 411 171 219 21
Bauchi 392 152 230 10
Kaduna 392 141 241 10
Borno 381 150 205 26
Jigawa 314 138 171 5
Gombe 293 146 135 12
Delta 225 151 63 11
Ebonyi 152 82 70 0
Kwara 143 72 70 1
Plateau 130 28 99 3
Sokoto 129 12 103 14
Nasarawa 128 92 31 5
Imo 114 94 19 1
Abia 97 81 16 0
Zamfara 76 0 71 5
Ondo 54 14 31 9
Anambra 53 39 13 1
Yobe 52 20 25 7
Osun 50 6 40 4
Kebbi 47 13 29 5
Niger 46 19 26 1
Akwa Ibom 45 28 15 2
Adamawa 42 4 34 4
Enugu 35 20 14 1
Bayelsa 32 9 20 3
Ekiti 30 10 18 2
Taraba 18 8 10 0
Benue 13 12 1 0
Kogi 3 3 0 0

Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari has said that despite thousand cases of COVID-19 pandemic recorded in the country, Nigeria is yet to reach its peak.

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