The Federal Capital Territory, FCT, has confirmed that it has recorded 41 new cases of the dreaded COVID-19 virus in the federal capital, Abuja.
This was revealed in a Twitter post on Wednesday by the FCTA which also disclosed that 28 patients have been discharged after recovering from the disease.
The tweet by the FCTA reads: ”41 NEW CASES, 28 DISCHARGED IN THE FCT.
“Summary of COVID-19 FCT as at July 7th, 2020.
“Total number of confirmed cases: 2322.
“Total number of active cases: 1744.
“543 patients have been discharged with 35 deaths recorded.
“Residents are urged to take responsibility and stay safe,” the tweet concluded.
This came days after the FCTA released a list of COVID-19 testing centres in Abuja.
The list was revealed in a post on the official Twitter handle of the FCTA last Sunday.
In the post, the FCTA listed seven hospitals where COVID-19 test can be taken.
Garki general and Nyanya hospital were listed among the certified testing centres in the federal capital for the novel COVID-19 disease .
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