NIgeria records 676 new COVID-19 cases, toll now 131,918

February 1, 2021
23 Views

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has recorded 676 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections in the country to 131,918.

The NCDC disclosed this on its official Twitter handle on Monday.

“On the 1st of February 2021, 676 new confirmed cases and 21 deaths were recorded in Nigeria.

“Till date, 131918 cases have been confirmed, 106275 cases have been discharged and 1607 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory.
The 676 new cases are reported from 19 states- Lagos (227), Rivers (73), Niger (69), Plateau (56), FCT (50), Kano (44),

“Oyo (43), Ogun (27), Gombe (18), Ondo (15), Enugu (10), Osun (10), Cross River (8), Edo (8), Nasarawa (7), Bauchi (4), Kaduna (3), Ekiti (2), and Zamfara (2).”

See the breakdown of cases by state below;

Confirmed Cases by State

States Affected No. of Cases (Lab Confirmed) No. of Cases (on admission) No. Discharged No. of Deaths
Lagos 49,501 7,463 41,709 329
FCT 16,913 5,794 10,992 127
Plateau 7,950 510 7,387 53
Kaduna 7,664 524 7,083 57
Oyo 5,460 1,247 4,128 85
Rivers 5,349 690 4,578 81
Edo 3,802 604 3,058 140
Ogun 3,408 529 2,836 43
Kano 3,036 397 2,558 81
Delta 2,323 534 1,737 52
Ondo 2,315 264 2,000 51
Kwara 1,936 346 1,549 41
Katsina 1,864 107 1,730 27
Nasarawa 1,817 1,479 325 13
Enugu 1,748 216 1,511 21
Gombe 1,624 129 1,453 42
Osun 1,547 312 1,203 32
Ebonyi 1,423 182 1,211 30
Abia 1,220 114 1,094 12
Bauchi 1,146 12 1,117 17
Imo 1,116 263 835 18
Borno 957 147 774 36
Anambra 893 540 334 19
Akwa Ibom 878 327 541 10
Benue 848 284 544 20
Niger 757 326 417 14
Sokoto 748 21 701 26
Bayelsa 669 36 609 24
Adamawa 631 363 240 28
Ekiti 579 87 483 9
Jigawa 460 59 390 11
Taraba 412 83 314 15
Kebbi 270 4 253 13
Yobe 241 34 199 8
Zamfara 205 7 190 8
Cross River 203 2 189 12
Kogi 5 0 3 2

YOU SHOULD NOT MISS THESE HEADLINES FROM NIGERIAN TRIBUNE

Nigeria Recorded Slight Reduction In COVID-19 Infections, Recoveries, Deaths Last Week

Nigeria recorded a slight reduction in the number of infections, recoveries and deaths last week, Tribune Online analysis shows.

This reduction doesn’t mean the country is close to flattening the curve of the COVID-19 pandemic.

ICYMI: Biden Sworn In As 46th US President

Joe Biden has been sworn in as the President of the United States. He did so at exactly 5:48 pm Nigerian time. Biden is the 46th president of the United States. The oath was administered by Justice John G. Roberts, Jr…

COVID-19 Vaccine To Arrive Nigeria End Of January — PTF

NATIONAL coordinator of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19, Dr Sani Aliyu, has said the nation is expected to receive its first batch of the COVID-19  vaccines by the end of this month.

Aliyu made the disclosure as a guest on ARISE News, on Sunday. Upon receipt of the vaccines, Aliyu said vaccination of the public, especially those that are vulnerable, the elderly…

You may be interested

News

Police lied, we didn’t burn down Iskilu Wakili’s house — OPC 

admin - March 9, 2021

Police lied, we didn’t burn down Iskilu Wakili’s house — OPC  Posted by News Express | 8 March 2021 |…

PHOTOS: The aircraft that will bomb bandits and shake Boko Haram 
News
1 views
News
1 views

PHOTOS: The aircraft that will bomb bandits and shake Boko Haram 

admin - March 9, 2021

PHOTOS: The aircraft that will bomb bandits and shake Boko Haram  Posted by News Express | 8 March 2021 |…

SHOCKER: ‘Politicians offered bandits N57m not to release abducted Jangebe girls 
News
News

SHOCKER: ‘Politicians offered bandits N57m not to release abducted Jangebe girls 

admin - March 9, 2021

SHOCKER: 'Politicians offered bandits N57m not to release abducted Jangebe girls  Posted by News Express | 8 March 2021 |…

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.