COVID-19: NCDC confirms 17 new cases, Lagos no records

On the 6th of March 2022, 17 new confirmed cases were recorded in Nigeria

On the 6th of March 2022, 17 new confirmed cases were recorded in Nigeria

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May be an image of text that says 'SD OFCOVID-19 06-03-2022 #TakeResponsibilty #COVID19Nigeria Number STATE Lagos FCT Rivers Kaduna Plateau Oyo Edo Ogun Cases 98,908 28,371 6,582 11,223 10,247 10,215 7.694 5,810 Kwara Osun Gombe 16 Enugu Anambra Nasarawa Imo Katsina Abia 22 Benue 23Ebonyi 24 Ekiti 25 Bauchi Borno Taraba 4,657 4,579 3,307 3,307 2,952 2,825 2,719 2,558 2,418 2,166 2,129 2,064 1,982 1,939 1,629 1,473 1,312 1,203 1,148 823 817 667 Bayelsa Adamawa 30 Niger 31 Cross River Sokoto Jigawa Zamfara Kogi 480 375 5 254,657 @NCDCgovf COVID19.NCDC.GOV.NG NODC'

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254,657 confirmed

249,199 discharged

3,142 deaths

Today’s report includes:

▪️2 confirmed & 15 discharged cases reported for FCT for 5th March 2022

▪️8 States with zero cases reported: Bauchi, Edo, Ekiti, Kaduna, Ogun, Ondo, Rivers and Sokoto

For a breakdown of cases by state visit covid19.ncdc.gov.ng

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