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COVID-19: Nigeria now records 35 deaths, 1,182 confirmed cases

A total of 35 deaths have been recorded in Nigeria from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic just as the total number of confirmed cases has hit 1,182.

Also, a total of 222 persons have recovered and discharged from the various isolation centres in various parts of the country.

The Nigeria Control for Disease Control (NCDC) also said via its Twitter handle that “87 new cases of #COVID19 have been reported; 33 in Lagos, 18 in Borno, 12 in Osun, 9 in Katsina, 4 in Kano, 4 in Ekiti, 3 in Edo, 3 in Bauchi and 1 in Imo. As at 11:55 pm 25th April there are 1,182 confirmed cases of #COVID19 reported in Nigeria, with 222 Discharged and 35 Deaths.”

NCDC also tweed that, “One case who was confirmed in Lagos State, traveled to Ondo State for treatment. Therefore, the number of cases in Lagos is 689 and the number of cases in Ondo is 4.

“As at 11:55pm 25th April, Lagos State currently had 689, FCT-138, Kano-77, Ogun-35, Osun-32, Gombe-30, Katsina-30, Borno-30, Edo-22, Oyo-18, Kwara-11, Akwa Ibom-11, Bauchi-11, Kaduna-10, Ekiti-8, Ondo-4, Delta-6, Rivers-3, Jigawa-2, Enugu-2, Niger-2, Abia-2, Zamfara-2, Sokoto-2, Benue-1, Anambra-1, Adamawa-1, Plateau-1, Imo-1.”

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