COVID-19: Nigeria’s Confirmed Cases Rise To 46, Osun Records First Case

 

Two new cases of the COVID-19 have been confirmed in Nigeria.

According to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), one additional case was found in Lagos State while another was discovered in Osun State.

A statement by the NCDC reveals that both cases are travellers who returned to Nigeria in the last 7 days.


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As of  07:00 am 25th March, there are 46 confirmed cases of COVID19 in Nigeria. two have been discharged while one person has died. 

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