Nigeria registered a record jump of 242 COVID-19 cases in 24 hours, pushing the country’s tally to 4641 on Monday and the death toll due to the disease rose to 150 with 7 fresh fatalities, according to the Nigeria centre for disease control (NCDC).
The number of active #COVID-19 cases stood at 3589 in the country. While 902 people have recovered, it said.
According to the NCDC data updated on Monday, the highest number of confirmed cases in the country is from Lagos at 88 followed by Kano at 64, Katsina at 49, Kaduna at 13, Ogun at 9, Gombe at 6, and Adamawa at 4.
Three cases were reported in FCT while one each in Ondo, Oyo, Rivers, Zamfara, Borno and Bauchi.
So far Lagos tops the tally with 1933 COVID-19 cases making the state the worst-hit in the country, Kano comes second with 666 cases, followed by FCT at 359, Katsina at 205, Borno at 186, Bauchi at 182, Ogun at 126, Gombe, Jigiwa at 118 each while Kaduna and Sokoto at 111 and 106 total cases respectively.