The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has recorded 1,143 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections in the country to 145,664.
The NCDC disclosed this on its official Twitter handle on Saturday.
Nigeria also recorded 13 COVID-19 deaths, raising the total fatality in the country to 1,747.
“On the 13th of February 2021, 1143 new confirmed cases and 13 deaths were recorded in Nigeria.
“Till date, 145664 cases have been confirmed, 120399 cases have been discharged and 1747 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory.
“The 1143 new cases are reported from 20 states- Lagos (319), FCT (157), Kwara (90), Oyo (74), Enugu (72), Nasarawa (69), Imo (58), Osun (51), Gombe (49), Kaduna (31), Edo (23), Katsina (23), Kebbi (23), Ogun (22), Kano (19), Rivers (19), Ebonyi (18), Plateau (14), Delta (7), and Ekiti (5),
“Our discharges today includes 1,040 community recoveries in Lagos State managed in line with guidelines.” the NCDC said.
See the breakdown of cases by state below;
Confirmed Cases by State
|States Affected||No. of Cases (Lab Confirmed)||No. of Cases (on admission)||No. Discharged||No. of Deaths|
1,143 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria;
1,747 deaths pic.twitter.com/7XymI57Psn
— NCDC (@NCDCgov) February 13, 2021
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