The Federal Capital Territory Authority, FCTA, has recorded 60 new cases of the deadly COVID-19 disease in Abuja bringing the total number of infections confirmed in the federal capital to 1324.
This was confirmed on Tuesday by the FCTA in a post on Twitter where it further disclosed that the city has recorded a total of 25 fatalities, while 361 patients have been discharged.
The tweet read: “60 NEW CASES, 8 DISCHARGED, 2 DEATHS IN THE FCT
“Summary of #COVID19FCT as at June 16th.
“Total number of confirmed cases: 1324
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“Total number of active cases: 935
“Total discharged: 361. Deaths recorded: 28
“Residents are urged to take preventive measures seriously. #StaySafe,” the Twitter post by the FCTA added.
This came days after the FCTA confirmed that it has recorded 40 fresh cases of COVID-19 infections.
This was revealed on Monday in a post on Twitter by the FCTA which also informed that a patient also died after testing positive for the disease.
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