The NCDC via its official website on Tuesday said the infections were recorded in 89 Local Government Areas.
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The Director of Disease Control in the State’s Ministry of Health, Dr Austin Ojotule, disclosed in Lokoja, the capital Friday.
The Anambra State Government confirmed the development on the disease on Thursday in Awka, the state capital.
Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akoria Obehi, made the disclosure in a statement made available to newsmen on Monday.
Chris Nehikhare, Commissioner for Communication and Orientation, said this when he briefed newsmen on Wednesday.
Members of the Nigeria Medical Association in Nasarawa State held a procession for the deceased in Lafia on Tuesday.
The NCDC via its latest epidemiological report said that the positive cases of the disease were reported in two states.
The NCDC, on its verified website Friday, also reported that no fewer than 112 persons died from the disease during the period.
The state Commissioner for Health, Dr Bode Ladipo, made this known in a statement on Thursday in Ibadan.
The branch Chairman, Dr. Ayotunde Fasunla, made this known in a statement he issued on Thursday in Ibadan, Oyo State.
It said that the fever caused three deaths in Britain, diagnosed from those who recently came back from West Africa.
The NCDC, via its verified website, made this known Sunday morning, saying that it is currently distributing medical response commodities to states and treatment centres.
The State Commissioner for Health, Prof. Augustine Umoh, disclosed this Tuesday, while interacting with the newsmen in Uyo, the State capital, explaining that the training was meant to update the knowledge and skills of Doctors, Nurses and other Health workers in handling emergency situations.
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control made this known in a statement it issued on Wednesday on the killer disease.
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control revealed this in its situation report for the 52nd epidemiological and last report for 2021.
The Director of Disease Control, Kaduna State Primary Health Care Development Agency, Dr. Hamza Ibrahim Ikara, told the News Agency of Nigeria that the two cases comprised a male and a female.
The NCDC, in its latest advisory, announced the possibility of Lassa fever presenting malaria-like symptoms such as fever, headache, sore throat, general body weakness, cough among others.
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control disclosed this on Tuesday in its latest situation report on the disease.
Dr. Rilwanu Mohammed, Executive Secretary of the Agency, told the News Agency of Nigeria on Sunday in Bauchi that the cases were recorded in five local government areas of the state.
The NCDC disclosed the information during its routine situation report of Lassa Fever outbreak in the country in Abuja.