BREAKING: 15 deaths as NCDC announces 664 new Covid-19 cases, total now 31,987 (see states affected)
- Nigeria's Covid-19 cases have continued to increase every day as the NCDC gives its daily reports
- The country now has over about 32,000 cases as the agency announced 664 new infections in 18 states
- With the new infections, Nigeria now has 31,987 confirmed cases, 13,103 recoveries and 724 deaths
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Nigeria's Covid-19 cases are now close to 32,000 as the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) announced 460 new infections on Saturday night, July 11.
The new infections were confirmed in 18 states, with Lagos topping the chart again with 224 cases while the FCT occupied the second spot with 105 cases.
With the new infections, Nigeria now has 31,987 confirmed cases, 13,103 recoveries and 724 deaths.
A review of the NCDC data indicates that 308 people have recovered in the last 24 hours while 15 people have died with the same period.
NCDC announces 664 new cases of Covid-19 in Nigeria, total now 31,987
Below is the state by state breakdown of the new infections:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Governor Willie Obiano told residents of Anambra state that the number of COVID-19 cases in the state would likely increase in the coming weeks.
The Anambra state governor made the disclosure on Friday, July 10, through the commissioner of information, Don-Adinuba.
He said in recent times there has been no significant rise of the disease in the state, pointing out the 20 cases reported by the NCDC days ago were based on samples taken over three weeks across the state.
The governor said Anambra state has the capacity to manage Covid-19 cases should there be a spike. Obiano disclosed that the state was planning to increase testing capacity after the commissioning of the mega laboratory at Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu University Teaching Hospital, Awka.
He said the mega lab will be able to test 470 samples for COVID-19 simultaneously, thereby increasing the detection rate in the state.
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