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COVID-19: Nigeria records 313 new cases, the overall reach 7,839
The Nigeria Center for Disease Control, 24th May 2020, announced 313 new confirmed cases and 5 deaths have been recorded in the country.
No new state has reported a case within the past 24 hours.
Until date, 7839 cases have been verified, 2263 cases have been acquited and 226 deaths have been recorded in 34 states and the Federal Capital Territory.
The 313 new cases are publicized from 17 states- Lagos (148), FCT (36), Rivers (27), Edo (19), Kano (13), Ogun (12), Ebonyi (11), Delta (8), Nasarawa (8), Oyo, Plateau (6), Kaduna (5), Kwara (4), Akwa, Bayelsa (3), Ibom (3), Niger (2), Anambra (1)
Nigeria, essentially the most populous nation in Africa has carried out about 44,458 assessments for the deadly virus. Of the overall confirmed cases, NCDC reported 2263 sufferers have been fortunate to regain from the infection, and sadly, 226 individuals lost their lives to the virus.
Since 31 December 2019 and as of 24 May 2020, 5 273 572 cases of coronavirus have been published, together with 341 722 casualties.