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Nigeria Records 159 New Covid-19 Cases
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Nigeria Records 159 New Covid-19 Cases 

Nigeria reported 159 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. This was announced by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on Friday morning.

According to the Nigerian News Agency (NAN), the new illnesses are up from the 48 cases reported the day before. According to the NCDC, 159 new cases have been recorded in seven states and the FCT.

According to the study, Lagos had 119 instances, while Akwa Ibom had 19. Rivers (11), Ogun (five), Ekiti (two), FCT (one), Delta (one), and Kwara (one) are the others (one).

According to the latest figures, Lagos has 60,757 confirmed cases, followed by the Federal Capital Territory (19,919), Kaduna (9,127), Plateau (9,068), Rivers (7,387), Oyo (6,898), and Edo (6,898). (4,910).

Ogun (4,713), Kano (4,006), Ondo (3,497), Kwara (3,158), Delta (2,654), Osun (2,578), Enugu (2,482), Nasarawa (2,384), Gombe (2,114), Katsina (2,110), Ebonyi (2,039), Akwa Ibom (1,971), Anambra (1,909), Delta (2,654), Osun (2 (1,693).

Bauchi (1,549), Benue (1,366), Borno (1,344), Adamawa (1,134), Taraba (1,001), Niger (935), Bayelsa (906), Ekiti (893), Sokoto (775), Jigawa (536), Yobe (478), Kebbi (450), Cross River (402), Zamfara (244), whereas Kogi had only five instances.

According to the center, Nigeria has continued to see significant increases, with the latest statistics from the agency revealing that the country now has 169,074 confirmed cases.

According to the center, 169,074 cases have been confirmed so far, with 164,662 people being discharged. Nigeria has 2,126 fatalities across 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory, according to the report.

As of July 15, the NCDC reported that 2.36 million tests had been completed. 164,662 recoveries have been documented in the 36 states and the FCT, according to the NCDC. It went on to say that there were 2,286 current cases across the country.

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