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    COVID-19: Nigeria Reports No Death, 159 New Cases

    No additional COVID-19 related death were reported from the pandemic, with another 159 people tested positive to the novel coronavirus on Tuesday.

    Today’s case count is higher than 89 cases the country had witnessed a day before. 

    This brings the cumulative total COVID-19 cases in Nigeria to 209,546 and the number of people who died as a result of complications related to the effects of the virus amounts to 2,838 since the start of the outbreak.

    In contrast, it has been reported that 234 recovered patients were discharged from hospitals across the country, bringing the total number of recoveries from COVID-19 to 197,546 in the West African country.

    Today’s discharges includes 130 community discharge reported from Oyo State.

    Nigeria Centre for Disease Control NCDC disclosed via its official website on Tuesday.

    The country's active caseload (9,162) is over 4.4 per cent of the overall cases logged since the start of the pandemic, the health officials data showed.

    The top five states which registered maximum cases are FCT, Lagos, Imo, Rivers and Cross River with 71, 20, 17, 15 and 9 respectively.

    Other states as follows Kano-7, Ondo-7, Plateau-4, Ekiti-3, Niger-3, Delta-2, and Bauchi-1.

    No cases reported from Edo, Oyo, Ogun and Osun states in the last 24 hours.

    NCDC further reported that today’s report includes 71 cases reported in FCT on 18th (40) and 19th (31) of Sep 2021.

    And 20 cases reported in Lagos on 18th (8) and 19th (12) of Sep 2021. 

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