Nigeria on Friday recorded yet another daily highest cases of COVID-19 with 1867 new infections.
These new infections have increased the total number of cases to 107,345 with 1413 deaths also reported so far.
Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial epicentre reported 713 cases on the day while Plateau reported 273 cases. The federal capital territory and Kaduna also reported more than 100 cases each.
The total number of cases were recorded in 23 states. On January 6, Nigeria had reported 1,664 cases in what was then the daily highest.
In the last 7 days, more than 13,000 samples have been found positive for COVID-19 across Nigeria while there have been spikes in case fatalities too with 8 recorded on Friday.
On the same day, more than 500 recoveries were reported with Lagos recording 277. Kaduna had 150 and Plateau had 78 recoveries.
Nigeria has recorded more than 13,000 cases in the past 9 days.
Meanwhile, the Nigerian government has insisted schools must reopen with increasing cases, despite precautions taken to limit transmission.
The second wave of COVID-19 has proven to be more devastating than the first as it has taken more lives and infected more people.
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