Nigeria COVID-19 total infections surpass 46,000 mark as NCDC records 453 new cases

....death toll hits 942, total infections now 46,140

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The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, has announced another 453 new cases of coronavirus, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the country to 46,140 with 942 deaths as of late Saturday night August 8, 2020, SUNDAY FLAKES reports. 

 

Details of the new recorded cases across the country are as follows;

 

FCT-75
Lagos-71
Benue-53
Delta-39
Borno-30
Enugu-25
Plateau-24
Osun-20
Abia-19
Oyo-17
Kaduna-16
Kano-13
Ebonyi-13
Ogun-9
Kwara-7
Ondo-6
Gombe-3
Ekiti-2
Akwa Ibom-1
Rivers-1

46,140 confirmed
33,044 discharged
942 deaths 

 

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Meanwhile, according to the NCDC, a total of 33,044 patients have been successfully treated of the virus and discharged to rejoin their families as well as other members of the society.

 

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See latest infographs and tweets from NCDC as well as nationwide total figure breakdown below as obtained by SUNDAY FLAKES;

 

 

 


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See latest nationwide state by state total figure breakdown as obtained by SUNDAY FLAKES;


 

 

 

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  • Nigeria COVID-19 total infections surpass 46,000 mark as NCDC records 453 new cases
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