COVID-19: 132 Cases, 1 death Recorded In Nigeria On Monday Night

According to reports from the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on Monday night, one of the lowest coronavirus infection toll in nearly six months with 132 new cases and one death, was recorded. The tally is however higher than the 79 cases reported on Sunday night. This implies that there were 53 more cases than the figure recorded on Sunday. The new cases have now taken the total number of infections in the country to 56, 388. There are still almost 11, 000 active cases while about 44, 337…

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COVID-19: 176 New Cases, 3 Deaths Recorded On Wednesday

176 new COVID-19 cases on recorded by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control on Wednesday. This makes the total infections in the country to 55, 632. Since three weeks, Nigeria recorded no new daily cases above 300. However, 779 daily infections seen on June 28 has been the highest in recent times. The NCDC also confirmed three coronavirus related deaths, which brings the death toll to 1070. The update came as the ongoing strike by Nigerian doctors, the first responders to the deadly contagion, entered its third day. The NARD…

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COVID-19: Nigeria Records 216 Infections On Wednesday

Accoording to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control on Wednesday, Nigeria recorded 216 COVID-19 cases. The figure implies that Nigeria is yet to record more than 300 cases in a day for two weeks. The tally of about 1,822 cases last week was also the lowest in the past three months in the country. This brings the total number of infections in Nigeria to 54,463. The latest figures were announced by the NCDC on Wednesday night via their verified social media handles. The new cases were reported in the following…

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COVID-19: Nigeria Records 1002 Fatalities As 5 Deaths Were Reported On Sunday

A thousand people have died from COVID-19 complications in Nigeria, the Health authority have recorded. Five deaths were also recorded on Sunday, taking the total fatalities in Nigeria to 1002. Despite the toll of over a thousand deaths from COVID-19 complications, only 10 of the 36 states in Nigeria have teams of trained staff for handling COVID-19 burials, a report found. Nigeria total coronavirus cases surpassed 52,000 on Sunday after 322 new infections were reported. This was disclosed by the NCDC, the agency heading Nigeria’s national response to the COVID-19…

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COVID-19: 340 New Cases, 4 Deaths Recorded In Nigeria On Friday

340 new coronavirus infections were recorfed in Nigeria on Friday. This brings the total number of infections in the country to 51, 304. Four COVID-19 related deaths were also reported in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of fatalities to 996, according to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, NCDC. According to the NCDC, a total of 37,885 infected persons have recovered and have been discharged after treatment in the country’s 36 states and federal capital, Abuja. However, there are over 12, 000 active cases across the country.…

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COVID-19: Death Toll Nearly A Thousand Since Pandemic

The number of covid 19 related deaths thus far in Nigeria almost a thousand on Thursday after seven people were reported dead as a result of the virus in the last 24 hours. Thursdays’ death tally took the total number of fatalities in Nigeria 992. The government of Nigeria has issued a warning to citizens to take preventive measures against the coronavirus as the country’s death toll nears 1,000. “Figures show that Nigeria is sadly approaching the symbolic 1,000 number of fatalities, a grim reality that should be a wakeup…

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COVID-19 Ireland Update: Nphet May Again Recommend A Full Lockdown If Cases Increase

The National Public Health Emergency Team (Nphet) on Monday did not recommend a full lockdown in its advice to Government. Facts have however emerged that senior sources told The Irish Times that the question of a full lockdown will resurface if the number of new cases continues to increase. “NPHET are certainly making it clear that if this [the measures announced earlier this week] doesn’t work, it’s back to lockdown,” said a source close to Government. Two further deaths and 54 additional Covid-19 cases were confirmed in Ireland yesterday. The…

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COVID-19: Over 50,000 Cases Reported in Nigeria With 593 Infections On Wednesday

The tally of persons in infected with the coronavirus exceeded 50,000 on Wednesday. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control made this disclosure with the announcement of 593 cases recorded in the last 24 hours. Wednesday is the first time Nigeria reported over 500 cases in about a month. This brings the total number of infections in the country to 50,488. A total of 37,304 infected persons have recovered and discharged after treatment in the country’s 36 states and federal capital, Abuja. Four deaths were recorded from the virus in the…

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COVID-19: 417 Infections, 3 Deaths Recorded On Monday As Nigeria Prepares To Open International Borders

According to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control on Monday, Nigeria recorded 417 new COVID-19 infections. This development brings the total number of cases in the country to 49, 485. Whereas, more than 36, 000 have recovered and discharged. Three deaths were recorded from the virus in the past 24 hours pushing the total number of confirmed covid-19 related deaths from the virus to 977. According to the NCDC data, almost half of the COVID-19 cases on Monday (207) were recorded in Lagos, which remains the epicentre for the virus…

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COVID-19: The World Records More Than 1 million Cases & 50, 000 Deaths In 5-days

A million new cases of coronavirus were confirmed across the globe in 5 days, a milestone that not just reflects the pathogen’s devastating spread but also the upscale in testing. On Sunday, the World Health Organization announced that COVID-19 cases across the world have crossed 20 million thresholds. The tally shot to over 21 million as of Thursday night, accordind to information from Worldometers. The average number of daily new cases over the past five days was nearly 200, 000, higher than ever, even as the average weekly number of…

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