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COVID-19 (18-02-2021): Lagos, Kaduna, Rivers in confirmed cases – SEE ALL STATES’ REPORTS

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On the 17th of February 2021, 869 new confirmed cases and 8 deaths were recorded in Nigeria.

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Till date, 149369 cases have been confirmed, 125722 cases have been discharged and 1787 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory

877 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria;

Lagos-273
Kaduna-87
Rivers-58
Akwa Ibom-47
Ebonyi-47
Edo-46
Ogun-46
Abia-34
Imo-34
Kano-34
Oyo-26
Osun-22
Gombe-20
Ekiti-19
Cross River-15
FCT-15
Plateau-11
Enugu-9
Kebbi-8
Borno-7
Niger-6
Bayelsa-5
Nasarawa-4
Kwara-2
Katsina-1
Sokoto-1 

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COVID-19 NIGERIA

Friday 2:20 am 19 Feb 2021

Samples Tested

1,441,013

Confirmed Cases

149,369

Active Cases

21,860

Discharged Cases

125,722

Death

1,787

Confirmed Cases by State

States Affected No. of Cases (Lab Confirmed) No. of Cases (on admission) No. Discharged No. of Deaths
Lagos 53,725 2,721 50,627 377
FCT 18,799 6,922 11,739 138
Plateau 8,793 255 8,482 56
Kaduna 8,158 238 7,862 58
Oyo 6,564 949 5,510 105
Rivers 6,177 395 5,694 88
Edo 4,362 845 3,364 153
Ogun 3,865 424 3,395 46
Kano 3,558 231 3,231 96
Ondo 2,862 725 2,080 57
Kwara 2,713 853 1,812 48
Delta 2,498 702 1,744 52
Osun 2,214 645 1,524 45
Nasarawa 2,144 1,758 373 13
Katsina 2,021 62 1,932 27
Enugu 1,954 171 1,754 29
Gombe 1,951 92 1,816 43
Ebonyi 1,754 256 1,467 31
Anambra 1,615 500 1,096 19
Abia 1,374 50 1,307 17
Imo 1,358 225 1,113 20
Akwa Ibom 1,313 632 667 14
Bauchi 1,210 15 1,178 17
Borno 1,208 238 932 38
Benue 1,170 568 580 22
Niger 895 464 417 14
Sokoto 767 9 732 26
Adamawa 725 435 262 28
Bayelsa 723 54 644 25
Ekiti 708 128 571 9
Taraba 657 171 466 20
Jigawa 492 54 427 11
Kebbi 306 35 257 14
Yobe 260 18 233 9
Cross River 252 24 216 12
Zamfara 219 -4 215 8
Kogi 5 0

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