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Reactions As NCDC Records Another Error In The Covid 19 Report
Another Covid 19 error has been recorded by the Nigeria Centre for
Disease Control due to system error.

The agency which has tendered its sincere apologies to the public noticed that discharged and death cases were wrongly reported as a result of failure in the system verification process.

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According to NCDC through its social media handle says that they fault fully announced the 45 discharged cases and 4 deaths in the Federal Capital Territory.

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Adding that the actual figures for the Federal Capital Territory should be 13 discharged cases with 2 deaths.

The released death for this error was on 9th May 2020.

Recall that such incident took place in Ekiti State on the 18th April in which the agency tweeted about the error in verification process in the mentioned state.

Meanwhile Nigeria continues to experience serious rise in the number of cases as the country records about 248 new cases of the virus.

The list of States involved in the Covid 19 cases includes;    Lagos - (81), Jigawa - (35), Borno -(26), Kano - (26), FCT - (13), Edo - (12), Sokoto - (10), Zamfara - (7), Kwara - (4), Kebbi - (4), Gombe - (2), Taraba - (2), Ogun - (2), Ekiti - (2), Osun - (1), Bayelsa - (1).

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However, the country now has 4399 confirmed cases of Corona virus with 778 discharged and 143 deaths.

Nigerians are also expressing their own view in terms of ease of lockdown by the Federal Government as the level of compliance in some areas of the country continues to experience rise in the number of affected persons.

While some have also doubted the existence of the virus in the country stating that the neither see nor knows anyone from friends and families who have been reported dead as a result of the disease.

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