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Coronavirus spreads to Abuja, 28 states

Nigeria’s coronavirus cases have spread to 29 states including the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
This was as the number of cases in the country rose to 1,182 on Saturday night, according to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control.
The Centre announced that Imo State recorded its index case, noting that 87 new infections were recorded in the country while the number of fatalities and recoveries rose to 35 and 222 respectively.
States yet to record any case of COVID-19 are Bayelsa, Cross River, Ebonyi, Kebbi, Kogi, Nasarawa, Taraba and Yobe.



The NCDC stated, “87 new cases of COVID-19 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 1182 confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported in Nigeria. Discharged: 222, Deaths: 35.”
A state-by-state breakdown showed that Lagos has 689 cases while FCT has 138 infections followed by Kano with 77 cases.
“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.”