According to the NCDC on its Twitter page, Lagos reported the highest number of new cases with 281, Abia with 48, Oyo with 45, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) with 38 cases, while Ogun and Enugu reported 37 and 31 cases respectively.
Other states with new cases include Ondo (23), Plateau (21), Edo (19), Delta (18), Rivers (18), Bayelsa (17), Akwa Ibom (17), Kaduna (14), Kano (12), Bauchi (9), Gombe (4), Osun (3), Benue (3), Kwara (3), Ekiti (2), and Borno (1).
The total number of successfully discharged COVID-19 patients are 6,581, while the number of deaths related to the virus stands at 487.
— NCDC (@NCDCgov) June 19, 2020
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