17 Oct 2021, 12:09 PM (GMT)

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241,147,433 Total Cases
4,909,583 Death Cases
218,393,021 Recovered Cases
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COVID-19: 477 New Cases, Three Deaths Reported In Nigeria

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on Friday August 24, 2021 announced one four hundred and seventy-seven (477) confirmed new cases of coronavirus, also known as COVID-19 which is the highest in the last six months in the country.

The virus also killed three (3) people on Friday.

New cases of the pandemic have continued to rise for seven consecutive weeks across Africa including Nigeria, signaling the third wave as the country confirmed the deadly Delta variants.

The Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Sunday July 11 in a statement announced a possible third wave of the pandemic in Nigeria.

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“Today’s report includes:

✅ Confirmed case for Kaduna for  23rd, (29) and 24th (39), for September 2021

✅ 0 cases from Nasarawa, Ondo, Osun and Sokoto States” NCDC said.

As of Friday August 24, there are 9,181 active cases in Nigeria.

477 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria;

Confirmed Cases:

203,991

Discharged:

192,139

Deaths:

2,671 

Breakdown of cases by state;

Lagos-113

Rivers-79

FCT-68

Kaduna-68

Delta-37

Abia-36

Oyo-16

Benue-12

Akwa Ibom-9

Plateau-9

Cross River-7

Edo-6

Ekiti-6

Katsina-4

Jigawa-3

Bayelsa-2

Ogun-1

Yobe-1

A breakdown of cases by state can be found via NCDC portal

Damilare Bankole

Managing Editor, Lagos Post Online. Damilare is a disciplined tech enthusiast and media entrepreneur with interest and unparalleled passion for model Web and app design technology. He is a firm believer in the meaningful role research and innovation can play in addressing economic issues across industries and sectors. He's passionate about online Journalism. Damilare is also a Photographer. M: +2348025837037 E: lagospostng@gmail.com

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