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

COVID-19: NCDC

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, has urged state governments to that take responsibility in handling the issue of Coronavirus in their states.

According to Coordinator of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, Dr Sani Aliyu who spoke during the PTF press on Tuesday, their duty is just to ensure strict compliance to orders regarding the pandemic.

He said, “The response to #COVID19 cannot primarily be driven at the Federal level, we need states to take more ownership.”

“Our responsibility is to provide guidance and ensure adequate compliance to recommended measures across board.”

The NCDC, however, on Tuesday night confirmed two hundred and twenty-six new cases of Coronavirus in the country.

The new update released by the NCDC on Tuesday night brings the total confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Nigeria to 6401, with 1734 patients discharged while 192 confirmed dead.

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 2,755 2,152 565 38
Kano 842 687 119 36
FCT 427 310 108 9
Katsina 281 239 29 13
Borno 227 114 89 24
Bauchi 224 107 112 5
Jigawa 205 134 68 3
Ogun 178 103 69 6
Kaduna 152 79 70 3
Oyo 143 92 47 4
Gombe 136 42 92 2
Edo 119 78 35 6
Sokoto 113 25 75 13
Zamfara 84 33 46 5
Kwara 65 52 12 1
Rivers 53 29 21 3
Plateau 50 35 14 1
Osun 42 5 33 4
Nasarawa 34 15 18 1
Yobe 32 28 3 1
Kebbi 32 11 17 4
Delta 27 10 12 5
Adamawa 26 13 13 0
Niger 22 16 5 1
Ondo 20 4 15 1
Ekiti 19 5 13 1
Akwa Ibom 18 4 12 2
Taraba 17 16 1 0
Enugu 16 10 6 0
Ebonyi 13 12 1 0
Imo 7 0 7 0
Bayelsa 7 2 5 0
Abia 5 4 1 0
Benue 5 5 0 0
Anambra 5 4 1 0

Meanwhile, Nigerians have been warned by the Minister of Health, Osagie Ehanire, to prepare for the worst, as the Federal Government works to curtail the spread of Coronavirus in Nigeria.

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