The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control said the country recorded additional 184 COVID-19 infections as of July 22.
The NCDC disclosed this on its website on Friday morning.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the new infections indicate a decrease from the 238 cases announced a day earlier.
It stated that the 184 additional new cases were reported from seven states and the Federal Capital Territory.
“Lagos State where a majority of the cases were picked on Thursday reported 124, Rivers registered 27, Sokoto announced 9; while the FCT and Oyo recorded 8 and 6 each.
“Amongst others were; Ekiti announced 5, Delta reported 4, while Plateau recorded 1,” the NCDC said.
It noted that Wednesday’s report included zero cases from Rivers, Osun, Ondo, Sokoto, Kaduna, Kano, and Nasarawa States.
The NCDC noted that the country’s confirmed COVID-19 cases were now 170,306 as of July 22.
The public health agency said the country’s active cases stood at over 3000, as of July 22.
It stated that 31 people who had recovered from the disease had been discharged from isolation centres across the country.
The public health agency added that, to date, 164,772 recoveries had been recorded nationwide in 36 states and the FCT.
The agency said the country had also tested more than 2.4 million samples for the virus out of its 200 million population.
It added that a multi-sectoral national emergency operations centre, activated at Level 2 continued to coordinate the national response activities.