The fatality toll in the country remains 2,061 in total with no deaths from COVID-19 on Thursday as it was in the previous 48 hours.
Nigeria on Thursday recorded no COVID-19 fatalities, the third consecutive day no death was reported from the virus.
The fatality toll in the country remains 2,061 in total with no deaths from the disease on Thursday as it was in the previous 48 hours.
This is according to an update published by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) Thursday night.
Daily deaths from COVID-19 has drastically declined in the past two weeks.
Only three deaths have been reported from the pneumonia-like disease in Nigeria in the past two weeks.
The total COVID-19 infections in Nigeria rose to 164,080 on Thursday with 80 new cases recorded in 12 states, according to NCDC data.
Nigeria has had a steady run of low infection figures in the past one month.
The 80 new cases were reported from 12 states: Lagos-29, Rivers-19, Zamfara-6, Akwa Ibom-4, Edo-4, Osun-4, Plateau-4, Ogun-3, Kano-3, Nasarawa-2 and FCT-1 Oyo-1.
Since the pandemic broke out in Nigeria in February last year, the country has carried out over 1.8 million tests.