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

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

By; MATTHEW UKACHUNWA, Lagos

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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