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“166 In Lagos, 66 In Oyo” – Nigeria Confirms 566 New Cases Of Coronavirus As Total Hits 25,133

Nigeria has recorded 566 new cases of COVID-19 across various states of the country.

The Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) has confirmed 566 new cases of coronavirus, bringing the total number of infection in the country to 25,133.

"166 In Lagos, 66 In Oyo" - Nigeria Confirms 566 New Cases Of Coronavirus As Total Hits 25,133 1

In a tweet on Monday night, NCDC said the new cases were recorded in Lagos-166 Oyo-66 Delta-53 Ebonyi-43 Plateau-34 Ondo-32 FCT-26 Ogun-25 Edo-24 Imo-15 Bayelsa-13 Benue-12 Gombe-11 Kano-11 Kaduna-11 Osun-8 Nasarawa-7 Borno-5 Katsina-2 Anambra-2.

There were 395 discharged cases on Monday, while 8 were recorded dead. This brings the total discharged cases to 9402, and the total deaths to 573 respectively.

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“On the 29th of June 2020, 566 new confirmed cases and 8 deaths were recorded in Nigeria.

“The 566 new cases are reported from 20 states; Lagos-166, Oyo-66, Delta-53, Ebonyi-43, Plateau-34, Ondo-32, FCT-26, Ogun-25, Edo-24, Imo-15, Bayelsa-13, Benue-12, Gombe-11, Kano-11, Kaduna-11, Osun-8, Nasarawa-7, Borno-5, Katsina-2, Anambra-2.

“Till date, 25133 cases have been confirmed, 9402 cases have been discharged and 573 deaths have been recorded in 35 states and the Federal Capital Territory,” NCDC said.

See the breakdown of cases by state below;

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