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Nigeria records 242 New COVID-19 Cases

COVID-19 Update
COVID-19 Update
Nigeria on Monday recorded 242 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections in the country to 4,641.
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control stated this on its website also announced 10 new fatalities were recorded from coronavirus-related complications in the country.
Data from the centre’s website showed that 124 patients recovered from COVID-19 in the country.
NCDC posted, “On the 11th of May 2020, 242 new confirmed cases and 10 deaths were recorded in Nigeria.
“No new state has reported a case in the last 24 hours.
“Till date, 4641 cases have been confirmed, 902 cases have been discharged and 150 deaths have been recorded in 34 states and the Federal Capital Territory.
“The 242 new cases are reported from 14 states- Lagos (88), Kano(64), Katsina(49), Kaduna(13), Ogun(9), Gombe(6), Adamawa(4), FCT(3), Ondo(1), Oyo(1), Rivers(1),  Zamfara (1), Borno (1), Bauchi(1).”
The centre apologised for an error in the number of fatalities recorded for Nasarawa State.

On the 10th of April 2020, we erroneously announced two new deaths in Nasarawa There was one death in Nasarawa reported on the 10th of April.

“We apologise to the State Government for this error, & remain committed to providing accurate data.”

States Affected No. of Cases (Lab Confirmed) No. of Cases (on admission) No. Discharged No. of Deaths
Lagos 1,933 1,398 502 33
Kano 666 573 61 32
FCT 359 302 53 4
Katsina 205 179 16 10
Borno 186 158 12 16
Bauchi 182 174 7 1
Ogun 126 82 39 5
Jigawa 118 112 4 2
Gombe 118 64 53 1
Kaduna 111 91 17 3
Sokoto 106 75 19 12
Edo 79 62 13 4
Zamfara 73 67 1 5
Oyo 65 48 15 2
Osun 39 5 30 4
Kwara 34 24 9 1
Nasarawa 25 24 1
Kebbi 24 20 1 3
Rivers 22 15 4 3
Adamawa 21 17 4
Plateau 19 18 1
Akwa Ibom 17 5 10 2
Delta 17 11 3 3
Ondo 16 4 11 1
Taraba 15 14 1
Ekiti 15 5 9 1
Yobe 13 12 1
Enugu 10 8 2
Ebonyi 7 7
Niger 6 4 2
Bayelsa 6 6
Imo 3 2 1
Benue 2 2
Abia 2 1 1
Anambra 1 1
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