Nigeria records 346 new cases of COVID-19 and six more deaths over the last 24hours

Nigeria on Tuesday recorded 346 new Covid contaminations in 18 states, concurring wellbeing specialists.

The new figure is somewhat lower than the 371 new cases recorded in the past 24-hour cycle.

With the most recent figure, the absolute contamination count in the nation is presently 159,252, as indicated by an update distributed by the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) Tuesday night.

Nigeria endured its most exceedingly terrible period of the COVID-19 episode among December and January as every day contaminations found the middle value of more than 1,000.

As of late, in any case, disease figures have been generally low with day by day cases floating somewhere in the range of 195 and 709 in the previous fourteen days.

The 195 cases on Saturday are the most minimal announced since August 31, 2020, when there were 138 new diseases.

While Nigeria’s COVID-19 day by day contamination figures have fundamentally diminished, the passing count from the illness has kept on rising demonstrating that the nation isn’t yet free and clear.

Around 1,988 passings have now been recorded from Covid in Nigeria after six additional individuals kicked the bucket on Tuesday, as per NCDC information.

Tuesday’s demise figure is lower than the 13 passings recorded on Monday and brought the casualty cost up in the previous multi week to 81 altogether.

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