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    COVID-19: Nigeria Records 34 New Infections

    With no fatalities, Nigeria on Thursday recorded 34 new COVID-19 infections – maintaining the trend of no fatalities recorded within the past few weeks.

    For almost a month, since April 13, no new death as a result of coronavirus complications has been recorded in Nigeria, leaving the current fatality toll at 3,143.

    The latest data released by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), early Thursday revealed that the new infections were reported across four states of the federation, which raised Nigeria’s infection toll to 254,182.

    According to the breakdown, Kaduna State in the Northwest ranked first on the log with 14 cases, while Lagos State in the Southwest, Delta in South-South geopolitical zone, and Kano in the northern region of the country recorded 9, 8 and 3 cases, respectively.

    NCDC added that 6 States reported zero cases: Cross River, FCT, Nasarawa, Plateau, Rivers and Sokoto.

    The health officials, however, said the cases reported on Thursday includes data from 10th to 11th of April 2022.

    It also confirmed that no new recoveries were recorded, leaving the total number of patients discharged in the country at 249,936.

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