Nigeria has recorded 242 new cases of the novel coronavirus, bringing the total to 4641 infections.
In a tweet on Monday, Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) reported 88 new cases in Lagos,
64 in Kano, Katsina 49 and 13 in Kaduna.According to health authorities, Ogun state has nine cases, six Gombe, Adamawa four, and FCT three. Six other states – Ondo, Oyo, Rivers, Zamfara, Borno and Bauchi – reported one case each.
New coronavirus has killed at least 283 978 people since the outbreak first appeared in China in December, according to a tally of official sources compiled by AFP at 1900 GMT on Monday.
At least 4,148,350 coronavirus cases have been registered in 195 countries and territories. Of these, at least 1.396,200 now considered recovered.
Calculations, using data gathered by AFP from authorities and information from the World Health Organization (WHO) national, may only reflect a fraction of the actual number of infections.
Many countries are testing only the most serious cases.
From 1900 GMT on Sunday, there were 3,294 confirmed deaths and 77 313 new cases. United States registered most deaths with 836, Brazil is next with 496 and then France with 263.
The US has the highest number of total deaths by 79 894 from 1,339,819 cases. At least 216 169 have been declared recovered.
Britain has the second highest toll with 32,065 deaths from 223,060 cases.
This was followed by Italy with 30,739 deaths and 219,814 cases, Spain with 26,744 deaths and 227,436 infections and France with 26,643 deaths and 177,423 cases.
China – excluding Hong Kong and Macau – until recently claimed 4633 deaths and 82 918 cases. It has 78 144 cases recovered.
Belgium is a country with a case as a proportion of the population with 75 deaths per 100,000, followed by Spain (57), Italy (51), England (47) and France (41).
Europe has a total of 157,271 deaths from 1,756,578 cases, the United States and Canada had 84,950 deaths and 1,409,724 cases, Latin America and the Caribbean has 20,909 deaths and 375,280 cases,
Asia has 10,749 deaths and 301,143 cases, the Middle East has 7,656 deaths and 232,009 cases, Africa had 2,318 deaths from 65,338 cases and 125 deaths from 8285 Oceania cases.
Due to the correction by the national authorities or the final publication of the data, the figures are updated during the past 24-hour period may not correspond exactly to the calculation of the previous day.