Respite has come the way of Lagos, as the state recorded sharp drop in Coronavirus infections on Saturday, with 33 new cases.
In the figures released by the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, Nigeria recorded 87 new cases, with Lagos taking the lion share of 33.
On Friday, the state ramps up its highest coronavirus infection figures since the pandemic started, which stood at 80.
Between April 20 and 25, Lagos has consistently experienced increase in infections, ramping up 291 cases.
What this means is that the state has seen a 76% increase in number of confirmed cases within four days, an average of 70 cases daily.
Thus, with 33 cases recorded on Saturday, there is hope that the state may have reached its peak in flattening the curve and will now continue to have decrease in infections.
Lagos now has 689 confirmed cases of Coronavirus, more than twice the national figures of 1,182.
On Saturday, the state also discharged six patients who tested negative twice for the virus, bringing the total number of patients discharged so far to 123.
Lagos now has 548 active cases of the virus to manage as at 11:55pm on Saturday, while the state has also recorded 19 deaths.
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