The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) confirmed this on Friday in an early-morning Facebook post while giving an update on the outbreak of the disease in the country.
Of the new cases reported on September 2, Lagos reported the highest cases of 172 – representing about 27 per cent of the total single-day tally.
Others are Oyo – 93, Rivers – 72, Edo – 63, Kastina – 29, Abia – 26, FCT – 23, Kano – 23, Bayelsa – 20, Ogun – 20, Ekiti – 18, Anambra – 16, Delta – 16, Osun – 14, Imo – 11, Benue – six, Enugu – four, Jigawa – two, Niger – two, and Nasarawa – one.
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