COVID-19 Update: 38 New Confirmed cases as Abia, Sokoto, Gombe get infected


The Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) has announced the confirmation of 38 New cases as Confirmed cases hit Abia, Sokoto and Gombe bringing total number of Confirmed cases and total infected States to 665 and 24+FCT respectively.

According to NCDC, as at 11:10pm 20th April, 23 cases were recorded in Kano, 5 in Gombe, 3 in Kaduna, 2 in Borno, 2 in Abia, 1 in FCT, 1 in Sokoto and 1 in Ekiti.

The Agency has also announced the discharge of 18 New recovered victims of the of the COVID-19 pandemic and 1 new death.

Current break down is as follows:
  • Lagos                         376
  • FCT                              89
  • Ogun                            12
  • Ekiti                               4
  • Oyo                               16
  • Edo                               15
  • Bauchi                          7
  • Osun                            20
  • Rivers                            2
  • Enugu                            2
  • Benue                            1
  • Kaduna                         9
  • Akwaibom                    9
  • Ondo                             3
  • Kwara                           9
  • Katsina                        12
  • Delta                            4
  • Niger                            2
  • Anambra                     1
  • Kano                           59
  • Jigawa                         2
  • Borno                           3
  • Abia                              2
  • Sokoto                          1
  • Gombe                          5
    Total Confirmed Cases - 665
    Total Recovery - 188
    Total Death - 22
    Active Cases - 455
    Total States     24 + FCT

    According to NCDC, the 18 New recovery were reported as 12 in FCT, 1 in Edo, 4 in Bauchi and 1 in Ondo while the 1 new death was reported in Abuja.

    The analysis from the report indicates that Lagos has discharged 97 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 death toll as reported by NCDC indicates that Lagos has recorded 13 Deaths, 3 in Abuja, 1 in Kano, 1 in Katsina, 1 in Edo, 1 in Delta, 1 in Akwaibom and 1 in Borno bringing total death toll to 22.

    The statistical report from NCDC also indicates that there are 266 Active cases in Lagos, 51 in FCT, 58 in Kano, 2 in Osun, 11 in Oyo, in Edo, 7 in Ogun, 11 in Katsina, 7 in Kwara, 5 in Akwaibom, 2 in Bauchi, in Kaduna, 3 in Delta, 2 in Ondo, 2 in Ekiti, 0 in Enugu, 0 in Rivers,  2 in Niger, 2 in Jigawa, 1 in Benue, 1 in Anambra, 2 in Borno, 5 in Gombe, 2 in Abia and 1 in Sokoto

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