As Nigeria awaits delivery of more vaccine doses to curtail the pandemic, recorded cases have continued to decline.
On Sunday, the country recorded only 30 cases of COVID-19 in three states across the country.
An update published by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) Sunday night also indicated no death was recorded as the nation’s fatality figure still stands at 2,071.
With 30 cases on Sunday, the total number of infections in the country stands at 166,315.
The 30 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Lagos, Rivers and Kwara States. Lagos tops the chart with 26 new cases while Rivers and Kwara recorded three and one respectively.
The infections have reduced significantly to an average of less than 100 per day in three weeks. Likewise, deaths have declined with less than five fatalities recorded over the same period.
Hospitalisations also declined with less than 8,000 active cases and a total of 156,558 infected persons discharged, more than a third of the over 166,000 total infections.