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Nigeria has recorded 463 new cases of COVID1-9 in the last 24 hours.

According to the latest data released by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC),  Lagos has128  new cases, followed by Kwara with 92.

Others include Enugu-39, Delta-33, Edo-29, Plateau-28, Kaduna-23, Oyo-15, Ogun-14, Osun-14, FCT-12, Ondo-9, Rivers-9, Abia-8, Bayelsa-5, Ekiti-3, and Borno-2.

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From the total confirmed cases of 33,616, 13,792 patients have been discharged whole 754 deaths were recorded.

Confirmed Cases by State

States Affected No. of Cases (Lab Confirmed) No. of Cases (on admission) No. Discharged No. of Deaths
Lagos 12,711 10,601 1,935 175
FCT 2,687 1,838 810 39
Oyo 1,882 855 1,008 19
Edo 1,807 708 1,039 60
Rivers 1,397 405 946 46
Delta 1,392 775 583 34
Kano 1,314 227 1,035 52
Ogun 1,105 338 745 22
Kaduna 1,039 367 660 12
Ondo 747 588 138 21
Katsina 669 205 441 23
Ebonyi 616 102 508 6
Borno 593 94 464 35
Plateau 571 295 260 16
Gombe 533 86 425 22
Bauchi 521 3 505 13
Enugu 515 177 322 16
Kwara 422 229 179 14
Abia 413 115 295 3
Imo 399 318 73 8
Jigawa 321 2 308 11
Bayelsa 318 147 153 18
Osun 276 184 84 8
Nasarawa 252 131 113 8
Sokoto 153 1 136 16
Akwa Ibom 145 59 83 3
Niger 145 30 108 7
Benue 126 85 35 6
Adamawa 110 20 83 7
Anambra 101 27 65 9
Kebbi 87 6 74 7
Zamfara 76 0 71 5
Ekiti 66 24 40 2
Yobe 62 3 51 8
Taraba 30 19 11 0
Cross River 10 6 3 1
Kogi 5 0 3 2

 

COVID-19 cut off 40% of our revenue – Osinbajo

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has revealed that the Federal Government’s revenue fell by 40 percent due to the impact of COVID-19 pandemic.

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Osinbajo in a statement released by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Office of the Vice President, Laolu Akande, said, “It seemed the sun was beginning to shine quite brightly after the years of recession and its immediate aftermath.

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“Then came COVID-19, possibly the worst economic crisis the world has seen.

“For us in Nigeria, it was a perfect storm for oil prices, Russia and Saudi Arabia choosing that very moment for a price war.

“Then the inevitable lockdowns resulting in the closure of businesses. Our huge informal economy all but crashed and government revenues fell too by over 40 percent.”

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