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April 2020 Timeline for Coronavirus Pandemic in Nigeria

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Here are the coronavirus pandemic timeline for April 2020 in Nigeria.

DATECONFIRMED CASES AND STATES
1/04/2020Nigeria confirmed thirty five (35) new cases: nine in Osun State, nine in Lagos State, seven in the FCT, five in Akwa Ibom State, two in Edo State, one in Ekiti State, one in Kaduna State, and one in Bauchi State
2/04/2020There were ten (10) new cases: seven in Lagos State, and three in the FCT. They also announced that eleven persons have been discharged
3/04/2020There were twenty five (25) new cases: eleven in Lagos State, six in Osun State, three in the FCT, three in Edo State, one in Ondo State, and one in Oyo State. They also announced that five persons have been discharged with two deaths. Nigeria announced that they have identified about 6,700 contacts and followed up on about 71 percent, testing about 4,000 people and possessing a total of eight testing labs.
4/004/2020There were five (5) new cases: three in Bauchi State, and two in the FCT.
5/04/2020There were eighteen (18) new cases: eleven in Lagos State, four in the FCT, two in Edo State, and one in Kaduna State.
6/04/2020There were six (6) new cases: two in Kwara State, two in Edo State, one in Rivers State, and one in the FCT.
7/04/2020There were sixteen (16) new cases: ten in Lagos State, two in the FCT, two in Oyo State, one in Delta State, and one in Katsina State.
8/04/2020There were twenty (22) two new cases: fifteen in Lagos State, four in the FCT, two in Bauchi State, and one in Edo State.
9/04/2020There were fourteen (14) new cases: thirteen in Lagos State, and one in Delta State.
10/04/2020There were seventeen (17) new cases: eight in Lagos State, three in Katsina State, two in the FCT, one in Niger State, one in Kaduna State, one in Ondo State, and one in Anambra State. Nigeria announced that they have identified about 8,932 people of interest and monitoring 220.
11/04/2020There were thirteen (13) new cases: eleven in Lagos State, one in Delta State, and one in Kano State.
12/04/2020There were five (5) new cases: two in Lagos State, two in Kwara State, and one in Katsina State.
13/04/2020There were twenty (20) new cases: thirteen in Lagos State, two in Edo State, two in Kano State, two in Ogun State, and one in Ondo State. Nigeria announced that they have increased testing by 50%, to the current capacity of 1,500 tests per day, testing about 6,000 people and possessing a total of eleven testing labs.
14/04/2020There were thirty (30) new cases: twenty five in Lagos State, two in the FCT, one in Kano State, one in Akwa Ibom State, and one in Edo State. Lagos State government announced that their officials visited 118,000 households in two days, identifying 119 persons with the symptoms of the virus in the state.
15/04/2020There were thirty four (34) new cases: eighteen in Lagos State, twelve in Kano State, two in Katsina State, one in Delta State, and one in Niger State. Nigeria announced that they upgraded to the capacity of testing 3,000 persons per day.
16/04/2020There were thirty five (35) new cases: nineteen in Lagos State, nine in the FCT, five in Kano State, and two in Oyo State.
17/04/2020There were fifty one (51) new cases: thirty two in Lagos State, six in Kano State, five in Kwara State, two in the FCT, two in Oyo State, two in Katsina State, one in Ogun State, and one in Ekiti State.
18/04/2020There were forty eight (48) new cases: twenty three in Lagos State, twelve in the FCT, ten in Kano State, two in Ogun State, and one in Oyo State.
19/04/2020There were eighty six (86) new cases: seventy in Lagos State, seven in the FCT, three in Katsina State, three in Akwa Ibom, one in Jigawa State, one in Bauchi State, and one in Borno State.
20/04/2020There were thirty eight new cases: twenty three in Kano State, five in Gombe State, three in Kaduna State, two in Borno State, two in Abia State, one in the FCT, one in Sokoto State, and one in Ekiti State.
21/04/2020There were hundred and seventeen (117) new cases: fifty nine in Lagos State, twenty nine in the FCT, fourteen in Kano State, six in Borno State, four in Katsina State, three in Ogun State, one in Rivers State, and one in Bauchi State.
22/04/2020There were ninety one new cases: seventy four in Lagos State, five in Katsina State, four in Ogun State, two in Delta State, two in Edo State, one in Kwara State, one in Oyo State, one in the FCT, and one in Adamawa State.
23/04/2020There were hundred and eight new cases: seventy eight in Lagos State, fourteen in the FCT, five in Ogun State, four in Gombe State, three in Borno State, two in Akwa Ibom State, one in Kwara State, and one in Plateau State.
24/04/2020There were hundred and fourteen new cases: eighty in Lagos State, twenty one in Gombe State, five in the FCT, two in Zamfara State, two in Edo State, one in Ogun State, one in Oyo State, one in Kaduna State, and one in Sokoto State.
25/04/2020There were eighty seven new cases: thirty three in Lagos State, eighteen in Borno State, twelve in Osun State, nine in Katsina State, four in Kano State, four in Ekiti State, three in Edo State, three in Bauchi State, and one in Imo State.

SOURCE: https://covid19.ncdc.gov.ng

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