COVID-19: NCDC announces 1354 new cases of coronavirus

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Nigeria on Tuesday, January 5, set a new daily record for COVID-19

This is as 1,354 new cases of coronavirus was announced in 22 states with Lagos leading the pack again

One death was also recorded as the total confirmed figure hits 92,705 with 76,396 recoveries

A daily record of coronavirus was set on Tuesday, January 5, as the Nigeria Centre for the Disease Control (NCDC) announced 1,354 new cases of COVID-19.

The new cases were recorded in 22 states with Lagos, the epicentre of the deadly virus in Nigeria, topping the log with 712 infections.

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) followed on the record with 145 new cases as Plateau, Kwara and Kaduna followed closely behind with 117, 81 and 54 cases respectively.

Sokoto state has 39 cases, Oyo has 38, Rivers 37 and Gombe state 21. Enugu and Akwa Ibom followed with 20 and 16 cases respectively.

Bauchi and Delta states have 14 new cases each, followed by Ebonyi with 13. Anambra came behind them on the log with 9, Taraba 8 and Edo 8.

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Kano recorded 3 cases, Osun has 2, Ekiti also has 2 as Ogun state closed the log with just one case.

Meanwhile, one death was recorded in what officially brings the number of casualties to 1,319 as the virus continues to take a swipe at the country.

92,705 confirmed cases of coronavirus have been recorded since February 2020 when the first infection was discovered in Lagos.

According to the disease control body NCDC, 76,396 people have been successfully treated and discharged.

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