COVID-19: Cross River Record 5 More Cases

In Breaking News, Health

By Patrick Obia

Cross River State has hit five new COVID-19 cases from the latest report by Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on Wednesday night.

NCDC in its official Twitter handle announced 404 new cases across the country with a total of 42,208 cases confirmed, 19,004 discharged and 873 deaths.

This 5 addition brings Cross River tally to 45 cases with 33 active cases, 9 discharged and 3 deaths

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