The current update released by the Nigeria  Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) late Sunday night shows that the new confirmed cases have increased the country’s infection toll to 254, 525.




The  Centre stated that the country’s death toll still stands at 3,142, as no fatality was recorded on Sunday.




With no backing of infections and discharges reported, NCDC noted that a total of 249, 013 people have been successfully treated and discharged nationwide since the outbreak in 2020.







The breakdown of the data shows that Abia State reported 7 cases, followed by Lagos State,  Nigeria’s epicenter of the disease with 6 cases.



Edo State and Federal Capital Territory(FCT)  followed on the log with 4 and 3 cases respectively.





Kaduna State reported 2 cases;  Osun and Rivers States reported a single case each.




NCDC also noted that eight  States namely:  Ekiti, Kano, Nasarawa, Ogun, Ondo, Oyo, Plateau,  and Sokoto reported that no cases were recorded on Sunday.

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