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The number of Coronavirus cases increases to 2,388 in Nigeria

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Nigeria says 220 new Corona cases in new figures released Saturday, with a total of 2,388 cases in Nigeria.

In a tweet released on Saturday night at 11:55, the NCDC says 17 people have been killed in the past 24 hours as a result of the deportation. died 85.

However, it is a joy to see more people being healed on Saturday in the country.

Lagos State, still the epicenter of the Corona pandemic in Nigeria, which has highest number of Corona cases with 1068 cases nationwide.

It is only in Kogi and Cross River in Nigeria that the virus has not yet reached them.

Coronavirus in Nigeria

Saturday’s casualty rate was less than Friday, and in Kano, where the prevalence of the two cases was higher than in other days, this time only two people were infected in the state.

Beyond Lagos, where figures show that Saturday was the highest number of cases, Abuja saw 52 cases.

Kaduna received 31 more people, Sokoto 13, Kebbi 10, Yobe 9, Borno 6, Edo 5 and Bauchi 5.

Other states that have been affected include Gombe 4, Enugu 4, Oyo 4, Zamfara 3 and Nasarawa 2.

Osun 2, Ebonyi 2, Kwara 2, Kano 2 and Plateau 2.

The Corona virus was first discovered in Nigeria on February 27 after it had landed at the Murtala Mohammed Airport in Lagos.

One of the high profile person infected by the disease on March 20 in Nigeria, was Mohammed Atiku who have recovered and been discharged from the hospital.

On April 17, Corona pandemic caused the death of Malam Abba Kyari, chief of staff to the Presidency of Nigeria. He is the highest-ranking man to die in office.

Governors Bala Mohammed, Nasir El-Rufai and Seyi Makinde of Oyo State were both critically ill before recovering.

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