As the number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Nigeria keep rising, the country has also recorded an increase in the number of people who died from COVID-19 complications.
According to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, 1114 new cases of COVID-19 and 27 deaths were confirmed on the 29th of January 2021.
Till today, We have 128674 cases as confirmed by NCDC.
However, 102780 cases have been discharged and 1577 people have reportedly died across the 36 States and the Federal Government.
The 1114 new cases reported by NCDC come from 22 states – Lagos (408), FCT (95), Plateau (90), Ondo (66), Kaduna (63), Oyo (56), Borno (46), Imo (42), Edo (41), Ogun (37), Rivers (31), Ekiti (25), Yobe (20), Kano (18), Akwa Ibom (18), Delta (15), Osun (15), Kwara (11), Bayelsa (6), Nasarawa (6), Zamfara (4) and Bauchi (1).
Lagos State is State with the highest number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 and followed by the Federal Republic of Nigeria (FCT).
Below is the breakdown of the top six states with the highest number of death as at today:
Confirmed cases: 47,879
Confirmed cases: 16,565
Confirmed cases: 3,762
Confirmed cases: 5,364
Confirmed cases: 5,206
Confirmed cases: 2,931
Meanwhile, Kogi State is the only state with the least number of confirmed COVID-19 cases, having just 5 and two deaths.
Remember the Kogi State Government has once said that the state has no confirmed cases of COVID-19.
You can see the full list and breakdown on the official website of NCDC Here