The Nigerian Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a red alert for 1,518 suspected malaria cases in all 36 federal and state capitals.

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported on Thursday that at least one out of 778 LGAs in the country has been reported in one of the 428 local government areas.

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According to the report, Katsina State is leading in 179 cases, followed by Borno in 166 cases.

Center Ingu 100 cases, Abia 38, Adamawa 31; Aku-Ibom Five; Enumerating 115; Bauchi 81; Baylsa 25; Ben 35; Cross River 15; Delta 30 and Ebony 31

Edo 46 is also recorded. Ekiti eight; FCT 12; Gombe eight; Imo 58; Jigsaw 30; Kaduna three; Cano 20; KB 33; River 16; Quara 26; Lagos Eight; Nasara 32; Niger 40; War 26; Ondo 46; June 17; Oyo 62; Plato 38; Rivers 19; Sokoto Six; Taraba 21; Jobe 80 and Zamfara 14 cases.

The report added that 10 deaths were reported in states such as Adwawa (1), Anambra (2), Bachai (1), Benue (1), Imo (2), Katina (1), Koji (1) and Osu (1).

Eighty percent of the suspects were aged 30 and under, according to the NCC. There were 825 men and 693 women.

“A warning has been issued, and states have reported an increase in the number of people infected with the virus,” said NCD.

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