#COVID19: Confirmed Cases Hit 40 In Cross River

In Breaking News, Health, International News

By Jonathan Ugbal

The Nigerian Center for Disease Control (NCDC) has announced three more cases of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) for Cross River state.

This brings the total number of confirmed cases to 40. According to the NCDC, there are 28 active cases in the state.

The NCDC announced 555 new cases of the SARS – CoV-2 infection across 18 states in the country.

The distribution is as follows:

Lagos-156
Kano-65
Ogun-57
Plateau-54
Oyo-53
Benue-43
FCT-30
Ondo-18
Kaduna-16
Akwa Ibom-13
Gombe-13
Rivers-12
Ekiti-9
Osun-8
Cross River-3
Borno-2
Edo-2
Bayelsa-1

So far, 40,532 cases have been confirmed while 17,374 have been discharged and 858 deaths recorded.

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