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Abuja records 7 new cases of covid-19 infection



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The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has confirmed seven new cases of COVID-19 infections.

This was revealed on Monday in a post shared on the official Twitter handle of the FCTA, which also added that the total number of active cases confirmed in the federal capital remains at 88.

The tweet by the FCTA read: “Seven new cases in FCT.

“Summary of #COVID19FCT as at 11:50pm, Sunday 19th April, 2020.

“Total number of confirmed cases: 88. Total number of active cases: 63

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“Total discharged: 23, deaths recorded: 2

“Residents are urged to continue to stay home and stay safe.”

The development comes after the Lagos State government discharged four more Covid-19 patients, bringing the total of persons treated and discharged in the state to 98.

This was announced on Monday morning by the state’s Health Commissioner, Professor Akin Abayomi through a post on his Twitter [email protected]

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