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FCT leads as Nigeria records 176 new COVID-19 cases

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FCT leads as Nigeria records 176 new COVID-19 cases

Nigeria records 653 new COVID-19 cases, total now 36,107

As the battle against Coronavirus continues, Nigeria has recorded 176 new infections on Wednesday.

This was disclosed by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control via its official Twitter handle on Wednesday night.

WITHIN NIGERIA learnt that the federal capital territory (FCT) topped the list of states with positive samples on Wednesday after weeks of recording low cases.

According to the NCDC, FCT recorded the most cases with 40 positive samples, followed by Lagos with 34, and Plateau with 26.

Although FCT is the second most affected on the list of states in Nigeria, it has the highest figure of active cases with 3,669 still on admission, while 1,637 recoveries and 69 deaths have been recorded.

Lagos, which has recorded the most cases with 18,456 positive samples and 204 deaths, currently has the second highest number of active cases with 3,015 patients.

Meanwhile, the Wednesday figure of new cases represented a slight decrease from that of Tuesday when 296 samples tested positive for the virus.

A total of 276 patients were discharged on Wednesday, increasing the number of recoveries to 43,610, while three new deaths were recorded and the country’s fatality toll rose to 1,070.

The number of samples tested has now crossed 430,000, out of which a total of 55,632 people have been confirmed to have contracted COVID-19, but 10,952 cases are still active.

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