Nigeria records 573 new COVID-19 cases, diseases now 16,658 - Closenet Media

Nigeria records 573 new COVID-19 cases, diseases now 16,658

Nigeria records 573 new COVID-19 cases, diseases now 16,658
Nigeria records 573 new COVID-19 cases, diseases now 16,658

Nigeria recorded 573 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, carrying the complete number of Infections to 16,658.

The Nigeria Center For Disease Control (NCDC) reported this official Twitter handle.

It said that as at June 15, Nigeria recorded four passings while no new state revealed any case over the most recent 24 hours.

The NCDC said that Lagos announced the most elevated number of cases with 216 new cases and Rivers was second with 103 new contaminations.

“The 573 new cases are accounted for from 20 states, Lagos (216), Rivers (103), Oyo (68), Edo (40), Kano (21), Gombe (20),FCT (17), Delta (13), Plateau (12), Bauchi (12), Niger (10), Kebbi ( (9) Ogun (8), Ondo (8), Abia (7), Nasarawa (5), Borno (1), Kwara (1), Benue (1), Anambra (1)

The NCDC said that till date, Nigeria has 10,885 dynamic cases while 5,349, patients have been dealt with and released.

It included that Nigeria recorded 424 passings in 35 states and the Federal Capital Territory.

The organization said that the expansion in the quantity of COVID-19 cases across states, calls for Nigerians to TakeResponsibility, particularly with the utilization of covers, avoiving mass social affairs and hand Washing.

“The soundness of every one of us relies upon our aggregate activity,” it said.

The wellbeing organization uncovered that it got tests with imaginary names and invented addresses.

“We can just vouch for the consequences of the examples.

“There’s no explanation at all to question the truth of COVID-19 in Nigeria. Indeed we accept there are a larger number of cases out there than we’ve found.

“Behind every one of those numbers we report day by day are individuals. Four Governors have themselves declared they’ve been tainted.

“We need to make it socially unsuitable to be seen outside the home without face veils.

“We should likewise debilitate superfluous mass gatherings,”NDDC said. (NAN)

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