With 664 New Infections, COVID-19 Cases In Nigeria Near 32,000

July 12, 2020
49 Views

Coronavirus Nigeria

File photo

With 664 new infections, the number of COVID-19 cases in Nigeria has risen to 31,987.

The Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) disclosed this in a tweet on Saturday night.

According to the agency, the new infections were recorded in 17 states and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

Lagos maintained the lead position with a total of 224 new infections, followed by the FCT with 105 and Edo with 85 new cases.

Other states include Ondo with 64 new cases, Kaduna with 32, Imo with 27, Osun with 19, Plateau, Oyo and Ogun with 17 each, Rivers with 14, Delta with 11, Adamawa with 10, Enugu with seven, Nassarawa with six, while three cases each were recorded in Gombe Abia and Ekiti states.

The NCDC also noted that 13,103 persons have recovered from the virus and have been discharged while the death toll in the country now stands at 724.

You may be interested

“There Are Many People Who Are Happy to See You In Pains, Stop Sharing Everything Online” – Actor Uzee Usman
News
6 views
News
6 views

“There Are Many People Who Are Happy to See You In Pains, Stop Sharing Everything Online” – Actor Uzee Usman

Webby - May 5, 2021

Usman Nollywood actor and film producer Uzee Usman has advised people to stop sharing everything about them on social media.…

Any Body Supporting This Government Ought To Go To Hell Fire – Davido Blows Hot
News
7 views
News
7 views

Any Body Supporting This Government Ought To Go To Hell Fire – Davido Blows Hot

Webby - May 5, 2021

He said this while reacting to reports of the news of clergyman, Fr Mbaka, being reported missing days after he…

We are not aware Father Mbaka is missing —Police
News
3 views
News
3 views

We are not aware Father Mbaka is missing —Police

Webby - May 5, 2021

The Enugu state police command says it’s not aware of the alleged disappearance of controversial Catholic priest, Rev. Father Ejike…

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.