Nigeria’s COVID-19 Update: 155 New Cases, Total 66,383

Facilities inspected for CoronaVirus test centre at Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria by NCDC.


The Federal Republic of Nigeria (FGN) reported that it detected 155 new cases of Novel CoronaVirus disease (COVID-19) in eleven states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja on Sunday, 22nd November 2020.
The areas that were infected by the global pandemic are: Lagos 60, Katsina 37, Kaduna 35, FCT 6, Ogun 4, Edo 3, Kwara 3, Rivers 2, Kano 2, Jigawa 1, Oyo 1 and Taraba 1.
Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) announced on its twitter platform that as of 11.22 a.m. on 22nd November 2020 Nigeria had recorded a total of 66,383 confirmed cases of COVID-19 infections since the index case occurred in the country.
Out of the total, 62,076 cases had been treated and discharged from the nation’s COVID-19 isolation centres, while the virus had killed 1,167 patients in Nigeria during the period under review.
COVID-19 killed one person in the country on Sunday.


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