Covid19: Plateau confirms two new covid19 death
Plateau had reported 28 new cases of corona virus in the state with 2 new death resulting to now a total of 18 death so far in the state.
Till date Plateau state has recorded a massive increase of the Wuhan virus to 648 confirmed cases, 349 active cases undergoing treatment, while a good number of 281 were successful treated and discharged but 18 patients lost their lives to the virus.
According to the health agency in Nigeria, the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) throgh a daily publishIng update on corona virus via it verified Twitter handle and Facebook page, breakdown the nation cases of the pandemic as shown below:
The 556 new cases are reported from 18 states- Edo(104), Lagos(97), FCT(70), Benue(66), Oyo(61), Kaduna(38), Plateau(28), Osun(19), Akwa Ibom(14), Rivers(13), Katsina(13), Ondo(13), Ogun(6), Kano(5), Nasarawa(4), Gombe(2), Ekiti(2), Borno(1).
Total of 36,663 cases have been confirmed, 15,105 cases have been discharged and 789 death in Nigeria so far.
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