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Nigeria Surpasses 151 Countries And Territories In COVID-19 Cases

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Nigeria the “Giant of African countries” has surpassed about 151 countries and territories around the world in cases of the coronavirus COVID-19.

381 new confirmed cases and 4 deaths were recorded in Nigeria on Thursday.

Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa has now more confirmed cases of the coronavirus COVID-19 than that in 151 countries and territories around the world, with the total number of infections hitting 3,526, according to data.

On the 7th of May 2020, – Lagos, Nigeria, the largest city in Africa, and one of the fastest-growing cities on the planet, recorded 183 new cases which give the total of 1,491 in the city.

As at the time of this report, Nigeria now has the highest death cases and confirmed cases in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Confirmed Cases 3,526 Active Cases 2,818 Discharged Cases 601 Death 107

How many states have coronavirus in Nigeria?

So far 34 states and federal capital territory, Abuja in the country have confirmed the cases of the coronavirus COVID-19
Here’s A breakdown of the cases by the state below.

‘STATE Number of Cases
1 Lagos 1491
2 Kano 482
3 FCT 316
4 Borno 125
5 Gombe 109
6 Katsina • 106
7 Bauchi 102
8 Ogun 100
9 Kaduna 92
10 Sokoto 89
11 Jigawa 83
12 Edo 65
13 Zamfara 65
14 Oyo 55
15 Osun 37
16 Kwara 24
17 Kebbi 18
18 Akwa Ibom 17
19 Delta 17
20 Rivers 17
21 Adamawa 15
22 Taraba 15
23 Ondo 13
24 Yobe 13
25 Ekiti 12
26 Nasarawa 11
27 Enugu 9
28 Niger 6
29 Bayelsa 5
30 Ebonyi 5
31 Plateau 5
32 Abia 2
33 Benue 2
34 Imo 2
35 Anambra 1

TOTAL of 3526

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