More trouble: Lagos records 13 new cases of Coronavirus

April 14, 2020
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By Kazeem Ugbodaga

Lagos State has recorded 13 fresh cases of Coronavirus, the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, reports on Monday.

With the 13 new cases, Lagos now has 189 confirmed cases of Coronavirus, making it the epicentre of the deadly pandemic.

The national figures of Coronavirus is put at 343, according to the NCDC as at 9:50pm on Monday.

For the past four days, Lagos has discharged over 20 Coronavirus survivors, taking its total of discharge to 61, which is far higher than any other States.

Earlier in the day, Lagos discharged six survivors of Coronavirus, an act that is almost on daily basis, but the state keeps receiving more positive cases.

READ ALSO: Again, six Coronavirus patients recover in Lagos, discharged

Of the 189 cases recorded, Lagos has discharged 61 survivors, five deaths, two others evacuated to their countries and three others transferred to Ogun State.

Lagos’ active Coronavirus cases moved from 108 on Monday afternoon  to 121 as at 10:20pm on Monday.

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