91 New Confirmed Cases, total 873 as Coronavirus reaches Adamawa


Adamawa has joined the rest of the 24 States plus FCT that have been touched by the deadly Coronavirus Pandemic bringing the total number of infected States to 25 plus FCT.

This was made known by the Nigeria Center for Disease Control  (NCDC) when the agency decleared the Confirmation of 91 New Cases of COVID-19 in Nigeria, in a day, which has raised the total number of Confirmed cases as high as 873.

According to the report from NCDC, as at 11:25 pm 22nd April, 74 New cases were reported in Lagos, 5 in Katsina, 4 in Ogun, 2 in Delta, 2 in Edo, 1 in Kwara, 1 in Oyo, 1 in FCT and 1 in Adamawa.

Following the report was 3 recorded deaths, Zero recovery bringing the total number of Deaths and Recovery to 28 and 197 respectively.

Current break down is as follows:
  • Lagos                         504
  • FCT                              119
  • Ogun                            24
  • Ekiti                               4
  • Oyo                               17
  • Edo                               17
  • Bauchi                          8
  • Osun                            20
  • Rivers                            3
  • Enugu                            2
  • Benue                            1
  • Kaduna                         9
  • Akwaibom                    9
  • Ondo                             3
  • Kwara                           9
  • Katsina                        21
  • Delta                            6
  • Niger                            2
  • Anambra                     1
  • Kano                           73
  • Jigawa                         2
  • Borno                           9
  • Abia                              2
  • Sokoto                          1
  • Gombe                          5
  • Adamawa                     1
      Total Confirmed Cases - 873
      Total Recovery - 197
      Total Death - 28
      Active Cases - 649
      Total States     25 + FCT

      According to NCDC, the 3 new deaths were reported as 1 in Oyo, 1 in Ekiti and 1 in Borno.

      The death toll as reported by NCDC indicates that Lagos has recorded 15 Deaths, 3 in Abuja, 1 in Kano, 1 in Katsina, 2 in Edo, 1 in Delta, 1 in Akwaibom and 2 in Borno, 1 in Oyo, and 1 in Ekiti,  bringing the total death toll to 28.

      As earlier indicated by the report, Zero Discharge was recorded as Lagos maintains the previous number of 106 recovered victims, 35 in Abuja, 18 in Osun, 7 in Edo, 5 in Oyo, 5 in Ogun, 4 in Kaduna, 3 in Akwaibom, 2 in Ekiti, 2 in Rivers, 2 in Enugu, 2 in Rivers, 2 in Kwara and 5 in Bauchi, 1 in Ondo, 0 in Kano, 0 in Katsina, 0 in Gombe, 0 in Delta, 0 in Borno, 0 in Abia, 0 in Niger, 0 in Jigawa, 0 in Gombe, 0 in Anambra, 0 in Benue and 0 in Sokoto.

      The statistical report from NCDC also indicates that there are 383 Active cases in Lagos, 81 in FCT, 72 in Kano, 2 in Osun, 11 in Oyo, 8 in Edo, 19 in Ogun, 20 in Katsina, 8 in Kwara, 5 in Akwaibom, 3 in Bauchi, 5 in Kaduna, 5 in Delta, 2 in Ondo, 1 in Ekiti, 0 in Enugu, 1 in Rivers,  2 in Niger, 2 in Jigawa, 1 in Benue, 1 in Anambra, 7 in Borno, 5 in Gombe, 2 in Abia and 1 in Sokoto, 1 in Adamawa.



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