#COVID-19: More Controversy Cross River Records Four More Cases

In Breaking News

By Jonathan Ugbal

The Cross River state Public Health Emergency Operations Center (CRS PHEOC) has announced four new cases of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID19) for Cross River state.

The CRS PHEOC disclosed this via a tweet on Friday.

According to the CRSPHEOC, Cross River has recorded three deaths from the pandemic while 19 have since recovered from the viral infection in the state.

The four new cases recorded are all in Calabar with the Municipal recording three cases while Calabar South local government recorded one case.

Meanwhile, the Nigerian Center fpr Disease Control (NCDC) announced 462 for Friday excluding Cross River state with the following distribution;

FCT-93
Lagos-78
Plateau-64
Kaduna-54
Oyo-47
Ondo-32
Adamawa-23
Bauchi-19
Rivers-9
Ogun-9
Delta-9
Edo-7
Kano-6
Enugu-6
Nasarawa-5
Osun-1

So far, 43,151 infections for the SARS – COV-2 virus has been confirmed with 19,565 treated and discharged while 879 deaths have been recorded.

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