COVID-19: Nigeria Records 422 New Cases, Five More Deaths

COVID-19: Nigeria Records 422 New Cases, Five More Deaths 2
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Nigeria on Monday recorded 422 new instances of COVID-19 and 5 extra deaths, that is in accordance with the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).

In the company’s newest report, the infections had been recorded in 9 states with Lagos taking the lead of 190 instances adopted by Rivers (86) and Ogun (85).

Others are Oyo (22), FCT (20), Kwara (7), Edo (5), Abia (4), and Bayelsa (3)

Till date a complete of 178,508 instances have been confirmed, 165,983 sufferers have been discharged and a couple of,192 deaths have been recorded in 36 states, together with the Federal Capital Territory.

More than 200 million instances of the pandemic have been confirmed with a spike within the dying toll of 4 million globally.

READ ALSO: Second Phase Of Covid Vaccination To Begin August 16 – NPHCDA

A 3rd wave of the pandemic, spurred by the extra infectious Delta variant, has restricted efforts by governments the world over to ease restrictions and enhance financial actions which had been grounded for probably the most a part of final yr.

It has additionally hindered the worldwide vaccination drive with the efficacy of some vaccines much less in terms of the variant.

Recently, the Executive Director of the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA), Dr Faisal Shuaib introduced the graduation of the second section of the COVID-19 vaccination programme on August 16.

The Federal Government had earlier scheduled the train to start on Tuesday, however it was postponed attributable to “unforeseen circumstances,” in accordance with a spokesperson within the Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Willie Bassey.

Dr Shuaib mentioned the postponement turned crucial for preparations to be finalised.

“The start date for the vaccination has been postponed to next week Monday,” he mentioned.

“This is to enable NAFDAC to finish its assessment and preparatory processes.”

 

States Affected No. of Cases (Lab Confirmed) No. of Cases (on admission) No. Discharged No. of Deaths
Lagos 66,341 7,347 58,529 465
FCT 20,108 170 19,768 170
Kaduna 9,194 37 9,091 66
Plateau 9,120 42 9,021 57
Rivers 8,062 456 7,504 102
Oyo 7,379 394 6,842 143
Edo 4,969 24 4,760 185
Ogun 4,942 197 4,684 61
Kano 4,031 7 3,914 110
Ondo 3,644 121 3,455 68
Kwara 3,290 167 3,068 55
Akwa Ibom 3,089 756 2,301 32
Delta 2,705 77 2,556 72
Osun 2,636 40 2,541 55
Enugu 2,490 16 2,445 29
Nasarawa 2,404 20 2,345 39
Gombe 2,189 27 2,118 44
Katsina 2,164 29 2,100 35
Ebonyi 2,047 13 2,002 32
Anambra 1,923 78 1,826 19
Abia 1,740 3 1,715 22
Imo 1,688 27 1,624 37
Bauchi 1,553 2 1,534 17
Benue 1,366 15 1,327 24
Borno 1,344 1 1,305 38
Adamawa 1,134 4 1,098 32
Ekiti 1,046 125 908 13
Taraba 1,001 0 977 24
Niger 963 29 914 20
Bayelsa 953 15 912 26
Sokoto 788 0 760 28
Jigawa 562 25 521 16
Yobe 499 0 490 9
Kebbi 450 42 392 16
Cross River 438 11 406 21
Zamfara 251 7 236 8
Kogi 5 0 3 2

 

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