Breaking: Nigeria’s COVID-19 Cases Surpass 30,000 with 460 New Infections


Nigeria's confirmed coronavirus cases passed 30,000 on Wednesday, the country's disease control centre said, as the virus spreads in Africa's most populous country amid an easing of restrictions put in place to curb the disease.

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), in its daily update posted on its website, said there were 460 new cases taking the total number of recorded cases to 30,249. NCDC said these had led to 684 deaths.

To date, 30,249 cases have been confirmed, 12,373 cases have been discharged and 684 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory. A total of 169,629 tests have been carried out as of July 6th, 2020 compared to 152,952 tests a day earlier.

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COVID-19 Case Updates- 8th July 2020,
Total Number of Cases – 30,249
Total Number Discharged – 12,373
Total Deaths – 684
Total Tests Carried out – 169,629
According to the NCDC, the 460 new cases were reported from 21 states- Lagos (150), Rivers (49), Oyo (43), Delta (38), FCT (26), Anambra (20), Kano (20), Plateau (18), Edo (14), Bayelsa (13), Enugu (13), Osun (12), Kwara (10), Borno (8), Ogun (7), Kaduna (6), Imo (4), Bauchi (3), Gombe (3), Niger (2), Adamawa (1).

Worldwide, there have been nearly 11.83 million cases, leading to just over 544,200 fatalities, according to a count by Johns Hopkins University.



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