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36 Dead As Kano’s COVID-19 Cases Hit 825

Kano State Ministry of Health has confirmed 64 new cases of coronavirus, bringing the total number of infections in the state to 825.

The ministry via its verified Twitter handle, @KNSMOH, said 18 patients were discharged and one death recorded on Friday, May 17 in the state.

It added that there were 678 active cases with a total number of 111 discharged and 36 deaths.

“Kano State confirms additional 64 positive cases, 18 patients successfully discharged and one death of COVID-19 recorded in the state,” it said.

The ministry further enjoined residents to observe safety protocols and pray for an end to the pandemic in the state.

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