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COVID-19: 321 New Cases In Nigeria Rising To 52,548

Nigeria has recorded 321 new cases of COVID-19, bringing to 52,548 the number of confirmed cases in the country.

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) announced on Monday, August 24 that Lagos recorded 98 new cases; Federal Capital Territory (FCT), 34; Kaduna, 30; Nasarawa, 25; Benue, 21; Plateau, 17; Rivers, 15; Adamawa and Ogun, 11 each; Enugu, nine; Edo, eight; Ekiti and Delta, seven each; Gombe, five; Ebonyi, four; Bayelsa, Kano and Ondo, three each; Cross River, Kebbi, Imo and Niger, two each; while Bauchi and Abia recorded one each.

Nigeria has so far recorded 52,548 cases of COVID-19. 39,257 patients have been discharged, while 1004 persons have died.”

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