Breaking: Confirmed Cases hit 981 as Nigeria records 108 New Confirmed cases


The Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) has announced the confirmation of 108 New cases of Coronavirus infection in Nigeria which has rocketed the total number of Confirmed cases to 981.

The Agency noted that as at 11:30pm 23rd April, 78 cases were reported in Lagos, 14 in FCT, 5 in Ogun, 4 in Gombe, 3 in Borno, 2 in Akwaibom, 1 in Kwara and 1 in Plateau.


Plateau State has joined the rest of the 25 States plus FCT which recorded confirmed cases in Nigerian, bringing total number of infected States to 26 plus FCT.

NCDC has also indicated  3 new deaths from Coronavirus Pandemic in Nigeria bringing total number of deaths to 31 while no new recovery was recorded.

Current break down is as follows:
  • Lagos                         582
  • FCT                              133
  • Ogun                            29
  • Ekiti                               4
  • Oyo                               17
  • Edo                               17
  • Bauchi                          8
  • Osun                            20
  • Rivers                            3
  • Enugu                            2
  • Benue                            1
  • Kaduna                         9
  • Akwaibom                    11
  • Ondo                             3
  • Kwara                           11
  • Katsina                        21
  • Delta                            6
  • Niger                            2
  • Anambra                     1
  • Kano                           73
  • Jigawa                         2
  • Borno                           12
  • Abia                              2
  • Sokoto                          1
  • Gombe                          9
  • Adamawa                     1
  • Plateau                          1
      Total Confirmed Cases - 981
      Total Recovery - 197
      Total Death - 31
      Active Cases - 753
      Total States     26 + FCT

      According to NCDC, the 3 new deaths were reported as 1 in Lagos, 1 in Ogun and 1 in Rivers.

      The death toll as reported by NCDC indicates that Lagos has recorded 16 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, 1 in Ekiti, 1 in Ogun and 1 in Rivers, bringing the total death toll to 31.

      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 460 Active cases in Lagos, 95 in FCT, 72 in Kano, 2 in Osun, 11 in Oyo, 8 in Edo, 23 in Ogun, 20 in Katsina, in Kwara, 7 in Akwaibom, 3 in Bauchi, 5 in Kaduna, 5 in Delta, 2 in Ondo, 1 in Ekiti, 0 in Enugu, 0 in Rivers,  2 in Niger, 2 in Jigawa, 1 in Benue, 1 in Anambra, 10 in Borno, in Gombe, 2 in Abia and 1 in Sokoto, 1 in Adamawa, 1 in Plateau.

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