A’Ibom Records 4 New COVID-19 Cases As Nigeria’s Deaths Surge To 58


Nigeria’s COVID-19 new cases have surged to 204, bringing the number to 1,932 persons who have tested positive in the country.

This is as Akwa Ibom State has recorded four new coronavirus cases, bringing the total so far to 16.

Stating this on Thursday night in its Twitter handle, Nigeria Centre for Disease Control said 58 patients have died of coronavirus-related fatalities in the country.

NCDC tweeted, “204 new cases of #COVID19 reported: 80 in Kano, Lagos, 45; Gombe – 12, Bauchi – nine, Sokoto – nine, Borno – seven, Edo – seven, Rivers – six, Ogun – six, FCT – four, Akwa Ibom – four, Bayelsa – four, Kaduna – three, Oyo – two, Delta – two, Nasarawa – two, Ondo – one, Kebbi – one.

“As of 11:50 p.m on the 30th April, there are 1932 confirmed cases of #COVID19 in Nigeria. Discharged: 319; Deaths: 58.”