Nigeria’s Coronavirus cases dropped to 712 on Friday, 25 December 2020 against over 1,000 recorded in the last three days. This is according to the Nigeria Centre For Disease Control (NCDC).
The development brought the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country to 82,747, which included 70,239 discharged cases and 1,246 deaths.
According to NCDC, four additional deaths were recorded from COVID-19 complications with 588 new recoveries.
It stated, “Our discharges today include 248 community recoveries in Lagos State and 136 community recoveries in Kaduna State managed in line with guidelines. The new infections were confirmed in 19 states and the Federal Capital Territory. More than half of the new infections – 388 were found in Lagos, a major financial centre in West Africa and the economic hub of the country, and the epicentre of the disease with nearly 28,192.”
Records from other states indicate: FCT-77, Kwara-39, Katsina-35, Bauchi-33, Plateau-22, Ogun-18, Akwa Ibom-16, Delta-13, Kaduna-12 and Osun-12.
Others are Yobe-11, Sokoto-10, Kebbi-8, Enugu-6, Edo-5, Ondo-3, Niger-2, Kano-1 and Oyo-1.