Nigeria recorded its most reduced number of COVID-19 cases, since March, only 125 over the whole country.
Be that as it may, the tense over the tumbling numbers was damaged by the report of 20 fatalities in Kaduna, in North West Nigeria.
The deaths were recorded in August, the NCDC said in a tweet.
Kaduna has now recorded 32 deaths, out of 2,174 cases, that place it sixth in the public national diagram.
Lagos has the most noteworthy number of fatalities, put at 200.
It is followed by Edo with 100, FCT 60, Rivers 57, Kano 54, Delta 48.
“On the 3rd of September 2020, 125 new confirmed cases and 21 deaths were recorded in Nigeria
Till date, 54588 cases have been confirmed, 42627 cases have been discharged and 1048 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory”.
The 125 new cases are reported from 13 states- Lagos (42), FCT (25), Katsina (14), Kaduna (11), Kwara (8), Ondo (7), Delta (4), Anambra (3) Oyo (3), Edo (2), Ogun (2), Osun (2), Cross River (1).
these are up-to-date record of COVID-19 in Nigeria.