The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) says 206 cases of COVID19 infection were reported in nine states and federal capital territory (FCT) on Tuesday.
According to the agency, Lagos topped the chart of infections with 132 cases followed by Akwa Ibom with 56, and Ekiti state with five cases.
Other states that reported cases include Delta (3), Rivers (2), Enugu (2), Jigawa (2), Katsina (2), Gombe (1) and FCT (1).
The NCDC said 23 people were discharged on Tuesday after they recovered from the infection.
No death was reported on Tuesday by the agency.
So far, 169,884 cases have been confirmed, 164,733 people have been discharged while 2,128 deaths have been recorded across the country.
Meanwhile, WHO had said that the success of Tokyo Olympic will depend on how infections are handled
Drector General of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyeus said the success of the Tokyo Olympic will depend on how well cases of COVID are handled.
Speaking at a meeting of the International Olympic Committee in Tokyo, Tedros said the right plan should be put in place.
“The mark of success is making sure that any cases are identified, isolated, traced and cared for as quickly as possible and onward transmission is interrupted,” he said.
“It’s my sincerest hope that they succeed not only for the sake of the games themselves and the safety of the athletes, trainers and officials, but as a demonstration of what’s possible with the right plans and the right measures.”