Kano state ministry of health, disclosed in a tweet on Thursday that two more deaths have been recorded from the COVID-19 pandemic in the state.
This brings to 139 the total number of those who have contracted the virus in Kano State, as of 12:05am on April 30.
According to a tweet by the NCDC, this brings the number of persons infected in Nigeria to 1,728.
Of the new infections, 87 are in Lagos, 24 in Kano, while 18 are in Gombe.
Seventeen cases were also recorded in Kaduna, 16 in the FCT, 10 in Katsina, eight in Sokoto, seven in Edo, six in Borno, and one each in Yobe, Ebonyi and Adamawa states.