Akwa Ibom, Cross River States Report 11, 4 New COVID-19 Cases

571 COVID-19 Cases
571 COVID-19 Cases

Nigeria on Sunday reported 571 new cases of COVID-19 with 343 more recoveries.

Akwa Ibom State has recorded 11 new cases of infections, bringing the total number of the pandemic to 145.

Similarly, Cross River State that the state Government claimed was invulnerable to the pandemic has reported four new cases, summing the overall to nine so far.

The latest figures were released on Sunday night in a tweet by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).

NCDC noted that the new cases of COVID-19 were reported in 19 states in the country as well as the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Lagos State recorded the highest infections for the day – 158 and is trailed by Ebonyi – 108,  Edo -53, Ondo – 46, FCT – 38,  Oyo -20, Kwara – 19, Plateau – 17, Osun – 14, and Bayelsa – 14.

Other states with fresh infections from COVID-19 are Ekiti –14, Katsina –14, Kaduna –11, Rivers – 11, Niger – 10, Ogun – 7, Kano – 6, and Bauchi – 2.

The new figure now takes the country’s infection from the virus to 32,558 with the number of discharged persons now 13,447.

However, 740 deaths have thus far been reported from the pandemic, according to the NCDC.

Confirmed Cases by State

States Affected No. of Cases (Lab Confirmed) No. of Cases (on admission) No. Discharged No. of Deaths
Lagos 12,427 10,358 1,897 172
FCT 2,576 1,765 773 38
Edo 1,731 700 974 57
Oyo 1,726 699 1,008 19
Rivers 1,368 469 853 46
Delta 1,359 745 583 31
Kano 1,309 227 1,030 52
Ogun 1,087 329 736 22
Kaduna 989 336 641 12
Ondo 716 557 138 21
Katsina 669 205 441 23
Ebonyi 616 102 508 6
Borno 586 96 455 35
Plateau 533 273 244 16
Gombe 530 101 407 22
Bauchi 521 3 505 13
Enugu 476 139 322 15
Abia 405 107 295 3
Imo 386 309 69 8
Kwara 330 139 179 12
Jigawa 321 2 308 11
Bayelsa 313 142 153 18
Osun 245 154 84 7
Nasarawa 244 123 113 8
Sokoto 153 2 135 16
Akwa Ibom 145 71 71 3
Niger 145 30 108 7
Benue 121 80 35 6
Adamawa 110 32 71 7
Anambra 93 19 65 9
Kebbi 86 12 67 7
Zamfara 76 71 5
Ekiti 63 21 40 2
Yobe 62 3 51 8
Taraba 27 16 11
Cross River 9 5 3 1
Kogi 5 3 2
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