COVID-19 In Nigeria: There Were 249 New Confirmed Cases and Seven New Deaths Recorded On Monday, January 17.
In the latest health news in Nigeria, there have been seven new additional COVID-19-related deaths in Nigeria. This brings the total number of deaths to 3110.
Lagos State recorded the highest number of COVID-19 in Nigeria cases. 15 states recorded about 249 new cases.
The Nigerian Center for Disease Control (NCDC) reported on Tuesday, January 18.
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The record of 21 COVID-19 related deaths reported on December 25, 2021, remains the highest in recent time.
Lagos State leads with a record of 59 new cases.
Adamawa State follows with a close record of 46 confirmed new cases.
Imo State follows with a distant record of 37 new cases.
See the number of COVID-19 cases in Nigeria, recorded from Monday, January 17.
Lagos – 59.
Adamawa – 46.
Imo – 37.
FCT – 30.
Kwara – 14.
Rivers – 13.
Kaduna – 10.
Taraba – 9.
Cross River – 8.
Bauchi – 7.
Niger – 5.
Delta – 4.
Ogun – 4.
Nasarawa – 2.
Kano – 1.
The Nigeria Center for Disease Control said these new cases increased the number of cases to 251, 178.
The total number of deaths is currently 3,110.
Active cases: 23,439.
However, the NCDC reports a record of 224,629 COVID-19 patients who have recovered and have been discharged.
Again, the agency has lauded the activities of the National Emergency Operations Centre.
It added that a multi-sectoral National Emergency Operations Centre activated at Level 2 had coordinated the national response.