The new cases are among the highest to be reported in the country by the government agency. According to the report, Lagos State has the highest infections with 80 cases while Gome followed with 21 infections.
Federal Capital Territory Abuja came third with 5 infections and followed by Zamfara and Edo with 4 cases shared between them equally. Kaduna, Sokoto, Oyo, and Ogun, however, record the lowest with 4 cases shared among them.
The total confirmed cases in Nigeria are now 1095, out of which 32 people have lost their lives and 208 have been discharged.
114 new cases of #COVID19 have been reported;
80 in Lagos
21 in Gombe
5 in FCT
2 in Zamfara
2 in Edo
1 in Ogun
1 in Oyo
1 in Kaduna
1 in Sokoto
As at 11:30 pm 24th April there are 1095 confirmed cases of #COVID19 reported in Nigeria.
Deaths: 32 pic.twitter.com/NIDV1zTh9o
— NCDC (@NCDCgov) April 24, 2020