27 Nov 2022, 4:21 AM (GMT)

COVID-19 Global Stats

646,069,774 Total Cases
6,636,140 Death Cases
624,579,132 Recovered Cases
HeadlinesHealthNews

COVID-19: Nigeria Records 15 Deaths, 1,444 New Cases, 901 In Lagos

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on Sunday January 17, 2021 announced one thousand, four hundred and forty-four (1,444) confirmed new cases of coronavirus also known as COVID-19 in the country.

Out of the one thousand, four hundred and forty-four (1,444) cases recorded in the country, nine hundred and one was reported in Lagos on Sunday

Fifteen (15) people were reported dead in the country.

The total confirmed cases now stand at 110,387.

3,542 persons also recovered from the virus in Lagos State and FCT according to a tweet by NCDC

“Our discharges today include 717 community recoveries in Lagos State and a backlog of 2,825 community recoveries in FCT managed in line with guidelines,” NCDC tweeted.

ALSO READ: President Buhari Hails Bisi Akande, Says He Is Pillar Of Democracy

As at Sunday January 17, 2021 there are 22,156 active cases in Nigeria.

1,444 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria;

Confirmed Cases:

110,387

Discharged:

89,317

Deaths:

1,435

Breakdown of cases by state;

Lagos-901

Plateau-136

Kaduna-57

FCT-54

Ebonyi-53

Akwa Ibom-52

Nasarawa-32

Osun-29

Ogun-28

Imo-16

Oyo-16

Edo-15

Kano-14

Rivers-10

Ekiti-7

Borno-6

Abia-5

Benue-4

Yobe-4

Kebbi-3

Anambra-2

Nadula Tax Return Season Sale under $200 wigs, beginner friendly & quick install

Advertisements

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

Related Articles

Back to top button

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker