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Nigeria records 437 new cases of COVID-19, total now 46,577

Nigeria on Sunday recorded 437 new cases of the deadly Coronavirus, bringing the total number of infections to 46,577.

NCDC disclosed this on Sunday night via it twitter handle.

437 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria;

Lagos-107
FCT-91
Plateau-81
Kaduna-32
Ogun-30
Kwara-24
Ebonyi-19
Ekiti-17
Oyo-8
Borno-6
Edo-6
Kano-4
Nasarawa-3
Osun-3
Taraba-3
Gombe-2
Bauchi-1

46,577 confirmed
33,186 discharged
945 deaths

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Meanwhile, Churches in Lagos State complied with the COVID-19 protocols as they resumed Worship on Sunday.

Automated hand wash units and hand sanitiser dispensers, soaps, water and infrared thermometers were provided by the churches.

Also, big banners with “No Mask, No Entry” were posted at the doors to prevent worshippers without face masks from entering the church premises.

Social distancing was observed by worshippers with stickers bearing i”Do Not Sit” placed on intervening seats to create spaces.

At the Living Faith Church, A.K.A. Winners Chapel, Dominion Centre, in FESTAC Town, the Provincial Head, Pastor Alex Aina, said worshippers were excited to resume and, therefore, complied with the guidelines.

At the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Kings Royal Palace at FESTAC Town, Pastor Abiodun Oseni, said messages had earlier been sent to members through the church media platforms informing them of the protocols.

Oseni, who is also the Assistant Pastor said: “Also, at the beginning of each service, a message is projected to inform everyone of the protocols.

“Nobody comes in without a face mask. When the service is on, everyone wears theirs and those who use face shields are to also use masks.

“After each service, there’s decontamination of the hall by the C-19 Squad before the next one commences,” he said.

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