P+ Measurement Services, a media intelligence and Public Relations audit agency, undertook analysis to show the weekly growth in the number of cases, discharged cases and death cases of COVID-19 in Nigeria in the month of April 2020.
According to a statement by the agency, the report shows that Nigeria recorded a total number of 1795 new cases in the month of April 2020, while a total number of 308 persons were discharged and a total number of 55 deaths occurred.
The analysis, it stated, revealed that;
– Week 5 in April recorded the highest number of new cases while week 1 and 2 recorded the lowest.
– Week 3 in April recorded the highest number of discharged cases while week 1 recorded the lowest.
– Week 4 in April recorded the highest number of deaths while week 1 recorded the lowest.
In all, COVID-19, since the outbreak in Nigeria has recorded a total number of 1932 cases, with a total of 319 persons discharged and 58 deaths as at 30th April 2020.
Data Sources for the report are the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and Word Health Organization (WHO)-Nigeria
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