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Nigeria’s COVID-19 infections exceed 100,000 | Premium Times Nigeria

Nigeria’s COVID-19 infections exceed 100,000

1/11/2021 9:40:00 AM

Nigeria’s COVID-19 infections exceed 100,000

Eight people died from the COVID-19 disease on Sunday, taken the death toll to 1, 358 in total.

-related deaths on Friday, with 12 people dying from the virus.In the past 23 days, there have been 146 fatalities as a result of COVID-19 complications in Nigeria.The government has blamed the increasing deaths on later referrals of COVID-19 patients to treatment centres.

The Minister of State for Health, Olorunnimbe Mamora, speaking at the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 briefing on Tuesday said caregivers are holding on to suspected cases for too long before presenting them for treatment.But health experts believe the lowering of guard on safety and the weak enforcement of protocols especially in the country’s major airports in Abuja and Lagos could be responsible for the recent surge, warning that the situation could get worse if citizens keep violating safety protocols.

The federal government recently warned that a significant increase in COVID-19 infections in Nigeria appears imminent this January due to continued violation of safety protocols during the Christmas period.Active cases in the country rose sharply from about 3,000 about a month ago to over 17,000 due to a rise in new infections. headtopics.com

Of the over 100,000 cases so far, 80,030 patients have been discharged from hospitals after treatment.SpecificsThe 1,024 new cases were reported from 17 states: Lagos-653, Plateau-63,mBenue-48, Zamfara-45, FCT-42, Rivers-27, Ondo-26, Adamawa-26, Kaduna-22, Edo-18, Ogun-16, Imo-12, Kano-9, Yobe-6, Ekiti-5, Jigawa-4, Osun-2.

ADVERTISEMENTLagos led with 653 new cases on Sunday, more than half of the daily total. The commercial city is Nigeria’s coronavirus epicentre with a total of over 35,000 confirmed cases and about 252 deaths.Mr Mamora warned Nigerians against complacency in containing the COVID-19 pandemic as the much-awaited vaccines may not arrive the country as soon as expected.

So far, Nigeria has conducted over a million COVID-19 tests.GloballyThe number of COVID-19 infections worldwide surpassed 90 million on Sunday morning, about a year since the highly infectious disease began spreading around the globe. Read more: Premium Times »

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