The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has recorded 159 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections in the country to 211,330.
The NCDC disclosed this on its official Facebook handle on Tuesday.
“159 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria; FCT-28, Lagos-28, Nasarawa-25, Plateau-24, Kwara-22, Delta-8, Kano-8, Rivers-7, Edo-2, Bauchi-2, Bayelsa-2, Kaduna-1, Sokoto-1, Taraba-1.
“211,330 confirmed , 202,803 discharged, 2,884 deaths.
“Today’s report includes; 8 confirmed cases reported from Delta state for October 25th (5) & 26th (3) 2021.
“25 confirmed cases reported from Nasarawa state for October 24th 2021, 1 confirmed cases reported from state for October 24th 2021.”
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Nigeria records 159 new cases of COVID-19, total now 211,330