BREAKING: Cross River Records 16 COVID-19 Cases

In Breaking News, Health, National News

By Jonathan Ugbal

The Nigerian Center for Disease Control (NCDC) on Tuesday has announced 16 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 for Cross River state.

This means Cross River now has a case tally of 29 confirmed SARS – CoV-2 infections with over 20 active cases, more than 10 other states.

The NCDC also announced 560 more cases for 20 more states and the FCT which totaled 576 cases for 21 states and the FCT.

The distribution is as follows:

Lagos-88
Kwara-87
FCT-82
Plateau-62
Ondo-39
Enugu-28
Oyo-26
Taraba-24
Kaduna-20
Ebonyi-20
Edo-17
Cross River-16
Kano-14
Rivers-11
Ogun-10
Delta-9
Nasarawa-8
Osun-8
Katsina-3
Imo-2
Kebbi-1
Borno-1

According to the NCDC, the country has recorded 37,801 confirmed cases of COVID-19. So far, 15,677 have been discharged with 805 deaths recorded.

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