By Chris Udochukwu
According to the report released by the agency via it twitter, Kaduna recorded the highest number of infections with 63 new cases followed by the FCT with 51; Plateau came third with 38 new cases while Lagos, the known epicentre of the COBID-19 infection in the country came forth with 33 cases.
Others are: Delta-25, Gombe and Adamawa-21 each, Edo-20, Katsina-17, Akwa Ibom-11, Ekiti-10, Rivers-9, Ondo-5, Ebonyi-4, Cross River and Ogun-3 each, Sokoto, Imo and Nasarawa -2 each.
The NCDC further reported that the 340 new cases brought the total confirmed cases to 51,304 out of which
37,885 patients have been treated, recovered and discharged from various isolation centres across the country.
The health agency added that 996 COVID-19 related deaths have been recorded in Nigeria since the index case in February 29, 2020.
See how the stated stand: