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Nigeria records 490 new cases of COVID-19, total now 24,567

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After a record 779 cases on Saturday, Nigeria, on Sunday night recorded 490  new cases of Coronavirus across the country.

According to a breakdown given by the NCDC, Lagos recorded 118 cases, to have a cumulative total of 10,144 cases.

Delta came second with 84 cases and Ebonyi also reported 68 cases.

The Federal Capital Territory of Abuja registered 56 cases.

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It now has 1,792 cases, with 486 more than what third-placed Oyo has.

NCDC also announced that 9,007 patients have been discharged.

The death toll has also crept up from 558 to 565.

Here is a breakdown of the cases

Lagos-118
Delta-84
Ebonyi-68
FCT-56
Plateau-39
Edo-29
Katsina-21
Imo-13
Ondo-12
Adamawa-11
Osun-8
Ogun-8
Rivers-6
Kano-5
Enugu-3
Bauchi-3
Akwa Ibom-3
Kogi-1
Oyo-1
Bayelsa-1

24,567 confirmed
9,007 discharged
565 deaths

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