Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) was first reported in Wuhan, Hubei, China in December 2019, the outbreak was later recognized as a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) on 11 March 2020. 

 

Please click here to get COVID-19 Nigeria Emergency Numbers segmented by zones in Nigeria. Click here to view COVID-19 daily updates in Africa.

 

 

NIGERIA COVID-19 DAILY CONFIRMED CASES 

 

NIGERIA COVID-19 DAILY RECOVERIES AND DEATHS 

 

Covid-19 Statistics by States and Zones in Nigeria 

Zones: North Central (NC), North East (NE), North West (NW), South East (SE), South South (SS), South West (SW)

States Affected

Zone

Lab Confirmed Cases

Active Cases

Recoveries

Deaths

Recoveries Rate

Deaths Rate

Benue

NC

1,366

15

1,327

24

97%

2%

FCT

NC

19,874

523

19,185

166

97%

1%

Kogi

NC

5

0

3

2

60%

40%

Kwara

NC

3,133

10

3,068

55

98%

2%

Nasarawa

NC

2,384

1

2,344

39

98%

2%

Niger

NC

935

5

913

17

98%

2%

Plateau

NC

9,063

1

9,005

57

99%

1%

Adamawa

NE

1,131

1

1,098

32

97%

3%

Bauchi

NE

1,549

14

1,518

17

98%

1%

Borno

NE

1,337

99

1,200

38

90%

3%

Gombe

NE

2,072

17

2,011

44

97%

2%

Taraba

NE

1,001

0

977

24

98%

2%

Yobe

NE

478

18

451

9

94%

2%

Jigawa

NW

532

4

512

16

96%

3%

Kaduna

NW

9,107

18

9,024

65

99%

1%

Kano

NW

4,000

22

3,868

110

97%

3%

Katsina

NW

2,110

21

2,055

34

97%

2%

Kebbi

NW

450

42

392

16

87%

4%

Sokoto

NW

775

0

747

28

96%

4%

Zamfara

NW

244

3

233

8

95%

3%

Abia

SE

1,693

2

1,669

22

99%

1%

Anambra

SE

1,909

64

1,826

19

96%

1%

Ebonyi

SE

2,038

4

2,002

32

98%

2%

Enugu

SE

2,464

100

2,335

29

95%

1%

Imo

SE

1,661

4

1,620

37

98%

2%

Akwa Ibom

SS

1,927

18

1,891

18

98%

1%

Bayelsa

SS

906

1

879

26

97%

3%

Cross River

SS

402

0

384

18

96%

4%

Delta

SS

2,639

11

2,556

72

97%

3%

Edo

SS

4,910

2

4,723

185

96%

4%

Rivers

SS

7,285

24

7,160

101

98%

1%

Ekiti

SW

876

3

862

11

98%

1%

Lagos

SW

59,259

288

58,515

456

99%

1%

Ogun

SW

4,683

0

4,633

50

99%

1%

Ondo

SW

3,432

139

3,229

64

94%

2%

Osun

SW

2,578

6

2,520

52

98%

2%

Oyo

SW

6,858

0

6,734

124

98%

2%

Total

 

167066

1480

163469

2117

98%

1%

 

Zones

Lab Confirmed Cases

Recoveries

Deaths

Recovery Rate

Death Rate

North Central

 36,760

 35,845

 360

98%

1%

North East

 7,568

 7,255

 164

96%

2%

North West

 17,218

 16,831

 277

98%

2%

South East

 9,765

 9,452

 139

97%

1%

South South

 18,069

 17,593

 420

97%

2%

South West

 77,686

 76,493

 757

98%

1%

National

 167,066

 163,469

 2,117

98%

1%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BRIEF COVID-19 NIGERIA ANALYSIS

 

Lab Confirmed Cases

Nigeria had its first case on 27th February, 2020 and the cases started increasing on 19th April, 2020 with a value of 86 cases and spiked on 7th and 8th of May, 2020 with a value of 381 and 387 cases respectively and went high on 30th May, 2020 with 553 cases and has been on the increase ever since and the highest number of cases that have been recorded in a day was on the 1st of July, 2020 with a value of 790 cases and the daily cases has remained in the range of 500 to 700 cases since then till this day. Since the beginning of September 2020, the rate of confimed cases has reduced significantly.

 

Recoveries Deaths

At the incept, recoveries was very low as almost equal to number of deaths, and went up a bit on 15th April, 2020 with a value of 29 and spiked on 29th April, 2020 with a value of 52 and came down again on 30th April, 2020 with a value of 12. Recoveries spiked again on 5th May, 2020 with a value of 64 and has been on the increase since then as shown in the graph above. On 27th July, 2020, we had a high recovery rate with a value of 829. On 5th August, 2020, recovery rate has increased drastically due to recoveries from treatment centre and community recoveries managed at home and a large percentage of these recoveries are from Lagos state. Through out the period of Covid-19 Pandemic in Nigeria, recovery rate has been relatively constant.

 

Deaths

Deaths has been relatively low since the inception of the first Covid-19 case in Nigeria and has been in the range of 5 to 20 for number of deaths in a day. From the graph we can see that on 6th June, 2020 was the day the highest number of deaths has been recorded in Nigeria with a value of 31. Since the beginning of September, the death rate has significantly decreased.

 

 

Analyzed by Community Initiative for Enhanced Peace and Development (CIEPD)

Analyst: Mr. Jude Asolo

Assisted By: Mr. Chidiebere Onyike

 

 

COMMUNITY INITIATIVE FOR ENHANCED PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT PROFILE

 

Address                           

No 34 Onwuchekwa Street, Rumuomasi, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

                                               

Telephone:                       

08099249617, 09094442353

 

Email:                                  

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Official Website:             

www.ciepd.org 

 

Affliate Website:

www.ciepdcwc.org

 

Crowdmap Website:

https://ciepdcwc.crowdmap.com

 

Twitter:                              

@ciepd_ngo, @ciepd_cwc

 

Facebook:

www.facebook.com/ciepdngo, www.facebook.com/ciepdcwc

 

Year of Establishment                

20th May 2010

 

CAC Registration Number          

CAC/IT/NO 38638

 

DUN Number                                 

85-051-5639

 

Europe Aid ID                                 

NG-2020-AZR-2107341929

 

Organizational Status:                 

Non-Governmental

 

Mission:

To promote respect for human life and development of communities through capacity development, conflict management prevention, research and participatory community approach.

 

Vision:

A peaceful society with respect for human life and development.

 

Core Values:  

Active Participation: Breeds Community and Stakeholders ownership

Integrity/Transparency: Show high sense of character with openness

Team work: Respect for team members view and contribution

Respect: Human Dignity

Excellence: Professionalism (Attention to details)

 

CIEPD’s Organizational Structure

Governance Structure: CIEPD has a written Constitution that provides the basis for its existence and activities, a 3-member Board of Trustees that formulates policy, provides guidance and focus, and has oversight responsibility for program operations; and a Management Team at its headquarters in Port-Harcourt that manages the day-to-day operations of the organization.

Operational Structure: CIEPD currently has about 10 employees organized into two operational departments under one Executive Director. The departments are Programs that manage donor funded-programs, Administration and Finance that provides administrative and financial support for the organization.

 

CIEPD’s Strategic Framework

CIEPD’s current strategic framework has three strategic objectives; Strengthening Organizational Development: Develop innovative resources mobilization strategy: expand programme areas.

During the strategic framework period, CIEPD seeks to become the premiere “go to” organization for programs on peace and security/Governance. CIEPD will continue to maintain its focus building/promoting peaceful co-existences in/among the communities of Niger Delta region.

 

LIST OF CIEPD STAFF

Full Time

Mrs. Egondu Esinwoke Ogbalor           -        Executive Director

Mr. Niyi Lawal                                       -        Associate Consultant

Mr. Innocent Bagbi                               -        Director, Finance and Admin

Miss Chika Deborah Anyaji                  -        Admin Officer

Mr. Chidi Onyike                                   -        Admin/Program Assistant

Mr. Kingsley Osuagwu                          -        Logistics Officer

 

Part Time

Mrs. Mary Ehimen                               -        Account Advisor

Mr. Oghenekevwe Ejemedaye            -        Program Officer

Mr. Edward Edeke                               -        Program Officer

Mr. Arikpo Arikpo                                 -        Program Adviser

 

List of Volunteers

Miss Grace Naonye                              -        Intern

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