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COVID-19: Nigeria records 466 new cases and three deaths.

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Three persons have died as a result of COVID-19 complications, according to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, while 466 new cases were reported on Friday.

On Saturday morning, the NCDC confirmed this in a post on its Facebook page.

According to the Nigerian News Agency, there were 466 new COVID-19 infections on Friday, down from 727 cases reported on Thursday.

COVID-19 cases in the country have already reached 198,239, according to the public health ministry.

It stated that 2,588 individuals had died as a result of the disease's consequences, and that on Friday, infections were verified in 12 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

“Lagos (134), Rivers (82), Edo (69), Gombe (39), FCT (32), Kaduna (21), Plateau (20), Benue (19), Kwara (17), Delta (16), Akwa Ibom (10), Bayelsa (5), and Kano (5),” according to the study (2).

“Today's report covers two deaths and eight discharged cases from Nasarawa and Sokoto States for September 9, 2021.”

As of September 10, the NCDC reported 9,871 active coronavirus cases in Nigeria, with 182,780 individuals successfully treated and discharged after recovery.

Over 2. 8 million samples of the virus were tested, according to the NCDC, out of the country's roughly 200 million people.

Meanwhile, the National Primary Health Care Development Agency said that Nigeria has fully vaccinated 3,901,235 of the total number of people who were eligible for COVID-19 immunization.

On Saturday morning, the NPHCDA announced this via its vaccination database.

It stated that the information was current as of September 10th from 36 states and the FCT.

The vaccination organization also stated that 1,658,276 people who were eligible for the vaccine had gotten their initial doses.

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