Nigeria crossed the 2,000 mark on Friday as the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) confirmed 238 new cases in the country.
The agency announced the new cases via its Twitter handle on Friday, with 92 cases recorded in Kano.
A breakdown of the remaining new cases showed that the federal capital territory (FCT) recorded 36 cases, 30 were recorded in Lagos, 16 in Gombe, 10 in Bauchi, eight in Delta, six in Oyo, five each in Zamfara and Sokoto, four each in Ondo and Nasarawa, three each in Kwara, Edo, Ekiti, Borno and Yobe, two in Adamawa and one each in Niger, Imo, Ebonyi, Rivers and Enugu.
The number of discharged patients increased from 319 to 351, while ten deaths were recorded, bringing the total number of fatalities to 68.
A total of 2,170 cases have now been confirmed in 34 states and the FCT.