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    Wednesday, March 2, 2022

    With 10 New Infections, Nigeria’s Daily COVID-19 Cases Declined

    Nigeria reported no death related to COVID-19, making it eleventh consecutive days without fatality recorded.

    The nation’s health officials reported that additional ten Nigeria residents are down with COVID-19 on Tuesday, as while the positivity rate dropped marginally.

    The new numbers represent a significant decrease from 35 COVID-19 patients hospitalized a day earlier.

    There have been 254,570 infections and 3,142 coronavirus-related deaths reported in the nation since the pandemic began.

    In addition to those numbers, another 11 patients were reported to have recovered from the disease and were discharged on Tuesday. This raises the total number of recoveries in the nation to 249,090, according to an update published by Nigeria Centre for Disease Control NCDC.

    Total number of active cases now stands at 2,353.

    NCDC said the new cases were reported in two states of the federation.

    It added that Edo reported eight cases and Cross River had two cases.

    The health  officials statee that eight confirmed cases reported in Edo state are backlog of 28th February 2022.

    And two confirmed cases with nine discharged reported in Cross River are also backlog of 28th February 2022.

    NCDC noted that six states reported no COVID-19 cases on Tuesday: Abia, Bauchi, Delta, Nasarawa, Rivers and Sokoto.

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