COVID-19 updates: 542 new cases reported in Nigeria

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542 new cases of COVID-19 were registered in Nigeria on Monday, 22 February 2021.

According to the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC), Lagos has reported 99 new cases, the highest for the day.

Other states with new cases include Kwara-91, Ebonyi-48, Ogun-44, Kaduna-42, Oyo-33, Ondo-25, FCT-24, Kebbi-23, Osun-20, Ekiti-17, Nasarawa-12, Imo-11, Delta-10, Gombe-9, Kano-8, Katsina-7, Rivers-7, Edo-5, Plateau-4 and Bauchi-3.

 

The agency also disclosed that they were 193 community recoveries in Lagos State and 113 in Kwara State.

 

According to NCDC, a backlog of deaths were recorded in Lagos State

 

Nigeria now has a total of 152,616 confirmed cases. 129,300 patients have been discharged so far with 1,862 deaths recorded.

 

See a breakdown of the number of cases per state below.

 

542 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in Nigeria

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