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COVID-19 : List Of States With New Cases Of Coronavirus, Discharged Patients And Deaths Recorded

The newly reported cases which bring the overall cases of the dreaded infection to 38,948 in Nigeria, were confirmed via a statement on the official Twitter handle of the health agency on Thursday night.

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The Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) on Thursday, July 23 reported six-hundred and four new cases of coronavirus disease in Nigeria.

The newly reported cases which bring the overall cases of the dreaded infection to 38,948 in Nigeria, were confirmed via a statement on the official Twitter handle of the health agency on Thursday night.

The cases of Coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria has continued to hit high figures as the country has now recorded 833 deaths while 16,061 persons have been discharged since the outbreak of the pandemic.

See below the breakdown of states with confirmed cases of COVID-19; including active patients, discharged patients and deaths recorded in Nigeria.

Confirmed Cases by State

States Affected No. of Cases (Lab Confirmed) No. of Cases (on admission) No. Discharged No. of Deaths
Lagos 14,009 11,757 2,075 177
FCT 3,376 2,354 982 40
Oyo 2,306 1,166 1,120 20
Edo 2,105 687 1,346 72
Rivers 1,587 469 1,069 49
Delta 1,453 780 634 39
Kano 1,452 247 1,152 53
Kaduna 1,289 338 939 12
Ogun 1,227 287 917 23
Ondo 1,001 836 143 22
Plateau 780 413 349 18
Enugu 726 338 371 17
Ebonyi 724 128 576 20
Katsina 717 253 441 23
Kwara 707 505 188 14
Borno 605 49 521 35
Gombe 558 20 515 23
Bauchi 535 16 506 13
Abia 527 132 391 4
Imo 462 366 87 9
Osun 394 229 155 10
Bayelsa 326 100 205 21
Jigawa 322 3 308 11
Benue 294 235 53 6
Nasarawa 292 171 113 8
Akwa Ibom 196 72 121 3
Niger 166 45 112 9
Sokoto 153 0 137 16
Anambra 132 52 68 12
Adamawa 115 21 85 9
Kebbi 90 9 74 7
Ekiti 88 39 47 2
Zamfara 77 1 71 5
Yobe 64 3 53 8
Taraba 54 43 11 0
Cross River 31 27 3 1
Kogi 5 0 3 2

Meanwhile, Lagos State government on Thursday, July 23 explained on the average what is been spent on Coronavirus patients treated at the state Isolation centres.

According to the government in a statement made today by its Commissioner for Health, Professor Akin Abayomi, about a million naira is required to save the lives of people who are highly affected with the novel virus.

Source: Naija News

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