The data, published on Friday evening, shows that all states, except Kogi, have commenced vaccination.
Scarcely three weeks after Nigeria initiated inoculation of its residents against the COVID-19 infection, more than 370,000 individuals have gotten the principal portion of the antibody.
As of Friday, 374,585 qualified Nigerians have been inoculated, information delivered by the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) shows.
The information, distributed on Friday evening, shows that all states, with the exception of Kogi, have started inoculation against the infection which has guaranteed more than 2,000 lives in the country.
“Kogi State was not provided with the immunizations in light of the fact that their virus store is as yet under fixes following vandalisation during the EndSARS fight,” the top of the office, Faisal Shuaib, said at an instructions on Monday.
As per the information, Lagos, the focal point of the infection in Nigeria, has immunized just about 92,000 individuals; making it the most elevated in the country.
This is trailed by Ogun with 36,953, Bauchi-31,321, Kaduna-29,426, Jigawa-22, 420 and Kwara-20,0