With an estimated population of between 17.5 million and 21 million as of 2020, about 6,871 people live in every square kilometre of the State, according to the National Bureau of Statistics.
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control stated on Saturday that out of the 1,584 new infections recorded on Friday, Lagos recorded 906 cases.
This shows an increase of 307 infections when compared with the 599 cases the state recorded on Thursday.
NCDC stated also that Friday’s 1,584 infections brought Nigeria’s tally to 222,655, with 211,373 persons treated and discharged.
Friday’s figure indicated an increase of 533 over Thursday’s 1,051 cases.
NCDC stated that it also recorded a COVID-19 death on Friday raising Nigeria’s mortality figure to the infection to 2,984.
It added that Nigeria had conducted 3,686,403 tests since the virus was announced on Feb. 27, 2020.
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