Covid-19 in Nigeria: Death Toll Rises to 128 as Tally of Cases Crosses 4000 Mark

According to the latest report from Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), Nigeria has recorded 4,151 confirmed cases of coronavirus.

Covid-19 in Nigeria: Death Toll  Rises to 128 as Tally of Cases Crosses 4000

The country recorded 239 new cases of Covid- 19 disease yesterday, bringing the total to 4151 cases, with eight more deaths, bringing the death toll to 128 as of Sunday, 10 May.

States that recorded cases yesterday

Lagos – 97
Bauchi – 44
Kano – 29
Katsina – 19
Borno – 17
FCT – 7
Kwara – 6
Oyo – 5
Kaduna – 3
Sokoto – 3
Adamawa – 2
Kebbi – 2
Plateau – 2
Ogun – 2
Ekiti – 1

Covid-19 in Nigeria: Death Toll  Rises to 128 as Tally of Cases Crosses 4000

Presently, the virus is present in 34 states and the federal capital territory.

Lagos has recorded the highest highest number in the country, with 1764 cases, followed by Kano (576) and Abuja (343).

View table below:

Covid-19 in Nigeria

Nigeria has seen a total of 745 recoveries to date, and a total of 128 deaths.

While we are trying our best to ensure that we curb the further spread of #COVID19. It is important to note that we can only win this war if we fight together. I hereby urge all residents to #TakeResponsibility & adhere to protective measures laid down by the health professionals. Musa Bello, Minister of Abuja

Coronavirus in Sub Saharan Africa

South Africa is the hardest-hit country in Sub-Saharan Africa with 9420 cases, followed by Ghana with 4263 cases, Nigeria with 4151 cases, Cameroon with 2274 cases, and Guinea with 2009 cases.

Uzonna Anele
Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.


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