Lagos in Danger as 70 people tests positive for coronavirus in one day – Breakdown of coronavirus cases in Lagos

There are 309 confirmed cases of COVID 19 in Lagos

Last night, Nigeria’s Center For Disease Control (NCDC) reported that 86 new cases of coronavirus was recorded yesterday in Nigeria.


Out of the Eighty-six new cases of coronavirus 70 of the positive cases are in Lagos state, seven in FCT, three in Katsina, three in Akwa Ibom, one in Jigawa, one in Bauchi and one in Borno.

Below is the breakdown of the coronavirus cases in Lagos:

There are 309 confirmed cases of COVID 19 in Lagos. 196 of the cases are still active, 94 have been discharged, 2 have been evacuated, 3 have been transferred and so far 14 people have died.

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Classification of confirmed cases by LGA;

Agege = 1
Alimosho = 15
Amuwo Odofin = 5
Apapa = 2
Badagry = 2
Eti – Osa = 86
Ibeju-Lekki = 1
Ifako/Ijaye = 2
Ikeja = 41
Ikorodu = 4
Kosofe = 12
Lagos Island = 2
Lagos Mainland = 114
Mushin = 7
Oshodi/Isolo =7
Shomolu= 8
Surulere = 6

There are no confirmed cases in 3 LGAs; Ajeromi/Ifelodun, Epe and Ojo.

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There is a cluster of infection in ALIMOSHO LGA.

Age distribution of confirmed cases;

0-9 yrs =5
10-19 yrs =14
20-29 yrs =34
30-39 yrs =63
40-49 yrs = 60
50-59 yrs = 38
60-69 yrs = 15
70-79 yrs = 2
Above 80 yrs = 2

Gender distribution;

Male = 70%
Female = 30%

Source: Lagos Covid-19 Civil Society Organisation.

Meanwhile, Davido has revealed that his fiancee Chioma has now tested positive twice for the deadly coronavirus.

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