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Covid-19: 555 New Cases Confirmed Yesterday. See the States with the Highest and Lowest Cases!

The Coronavirus pandemic is rapidly bringing the world to its knees as it has lead to the widespread closure of schools, places of worship and workplaces worldwide. With the pandemic in Nigeria, we are trying our best to curb the spread and make our country safe again. But it seems the numbers keep increasing daily. Yesterday, June 26th, we had 555 new cases confirmed in 18 states of the federation. You can find their comprehensive list below. This leaves the total confirmed cases presently to 40, 532. The total

  2 years ago ago
Covid-19: 555 New Cases Confirmed Yesterday. See the States with the Highest and Lowest Cases!

COVID

COVID-19 case in Nigeria rise to 34,894 with 595 new cases.

The rising cases of COVID-19 in the country is a strong concern, as government continue to explore ways of containing the virus, the virus is still spreading with no sign of control. However, from the recent update of COVID-19 on Thursday night, Nigeria has recorded 595 new cases of COVID-19. According to the update from Nigeria Center for Disease Control NCDC tweeter handle, the total number of cases so far in Nigeria is now 34,894. The NCDC further revealed that 769 people have lost their lives as a result

  2 years ago ago
COVID-19 case in Nigeria rise to 34,894 with 595 new cases.

OTHERS

Breaking: NCDC announced 555 newly confirmed cases as total infected persons increased to 40,532.

As coronavirus pandemic continues in ravaging the nations across the globe, it has not left Nigeria behind as the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control gives new updates on the disease as they usually do every 24 hours. The Center has made the announcement of 555 newly confirmed cases of coronavirus in the country with 2 deaths and 426 newly discharged patients on Sunday 26th of July, 2020. NCDC also announced that the total number of infected persons in the country has hit 40,532 after the newly confirmed cases

  2 years ago ago
Breaking: NCDC announced 555 newly confirmed cases as total infected persons increased to 40,532.