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COVID-19: 216 new confirmed cases, four deaths recorded in Nigeria – SEE BREAKDOWN

On the 2nd of September 2020, 216 new confirmed cases and 4 deaths were recorded in Nigeria.

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Till date, 54,463 cases have been confirmed, 42439 cases have been discharged and 1027 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory

216 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria;

Plateau-59
Rivers-27
Abia-22
Lagos-20
Oyo-18
Enugu-17
Kaduna-11
FCT-11
Ogun-10
Ebonyi-4
Osun-4
Ekiti-4
Delta-3
Edo-3
Akwa Ibom-2
Bauchi-1

54,463 confirmed
42,439 discharged
1,027 deaths 

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COVID-19 NIGERIA
Thursday 1:49 am 3 Sep 2020
Samples Tested
411,077
Confirmed Cases
54,463
Active Cases
10,997
Discharged Cases
42,439
Death
1,027
Confirmed Cases by State
States Affected
No. of Cases (Lab Confirmed)
No. of Cases (on admission)
No. Discharged
No. of Deaths
Lagos
18,177
2,744
15,231
202
FCT
5,213
3,590
1,563
60
Oyo
3,136
1,145
1,954
37
Plateau
2,708
1,119
1,559
30
Edo
2,590
144
2,346
100
Rivers
2,168
108
2,003
57
Kaduna
2,163
108
2,043
12
Delta
1,752
109
1,595
48
Kano
1,727
92
1,581
54
Ogun
1,669
108
1,535
26
Ondo
1,543
131
1,380
32
Enugu
1,179
70
1,088
21
Ebonyi
1,005
37
941
27
Kwara
966
157
784
25
Abia
798
78
712
8
Katsina
796
315
457
24
Osun
788
30
741
17
Borno
741
34
671
36
Gombe
723
64
636
23
Bauchi
669
22
633
14
Imo
529
313
205
11
Benue
460
160
291
9
Nasarawa
434
124
298
12
Bayelsa
391
12
358
21
Jigawa
322
3
308
11
Akwa Ibom
280
34
238
8
Ekiti
278
54
219
5
Niger
243
15
216
12
Adamawa
228
33
180
15
Anambra
216
30
168
18
Sokoto
159
1
142
16
Kebbi
93
3
82
8
Taraba
87
9
73
5
Cross River
82
1
73
8
Zamfara
78
0
73
5
Yobe
67
0
59
8
Kogi
5
0

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