- Thirteen new cases of COVID-19 are confirmed in Nigeria on Saturday, April 11
The NCDC stated that 11 of the cases are in Lagos while Kano and Delta states have one each
Three new deaths also are recorded because the total cases rise to 318, including 70 recoveries The Nigeria Centre of Disease Control (NCDC) has confirmed 13 new cases of COVID-19 in Nigeria as Lagos state extends the lead. consistent with the NCDC, 11 of the new cases are in Lagos while Kano and Delta states have one each.
Following the newest announcement, the entire cases within the country now stand at 318. Seventy of the cases are discharged while 10 patients have died, indicating three new deaths since the last update.
Nigeria’s COVDI-19 patient was first confirmed in Lagos state in February 2020. Two months after, the virus has spread to twenty states, including the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). We apologise for this error – NCDC begs Nigerians for an additional mistake on coronavirus update Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari has appealed to Nigerians to endure the tough conditions imposed on them during a bid to fight the coronavirus pandemic within the country.
during a statement made available on his personal official Twiter page on Saturday, April 11, President Buhari noted that virtually all countries of the planet are currently fighting for his or her own survival, reminding Nigerians that assistance will not come from the other country of the planet , but from Nigerians themselves.
The president also Show appreciation to Nigerians for the extent of understanding so far shown within the face of the hardship coming along side with strict regulations. He charged all to still obey the occupy home order altogether the places where that they had been imposed, also because the instructions to stay up personal hygiene and observe social distancing, adding that each one over the planet , these were the sole answers to containing the spread of COVID-19 for now.