Nigeria's tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases on Sunday rose to 10,162 as 307 new infections were announced by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).
Fourteen deaths were recorded from the virus on Sunday bringing the total number of confirmed deaths from the virus to 287.
Lagos recorded the highest figure of cases reported with 188 infections. The state also remains the epicentre for the disease.
There was a decline in the number of infections reported on Sunday (307) compared to the number reported on Saturday (553).
The country on Saturday had reported the highest daily figure of infections so far yet, since the beginning of the outbreak in Nigeria.
The agency in a tweet late Sunday night said the 307 new cases were reported in 15 states. These are Lagos, Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Ogun, Kaduna, Oyo, Bayelsa, Gombe, Kano, Delta, Imo, Rivers, Niger, Bauchi, Plateau and Kwara.
"Till date, 10162 cases have been confirmed, 3007 cases have been discharged and 287 deaths have been recorded in 35 states and the Federal Capital Territory," it said.
The 307 new cases are reported from 15 states - Lagos - 188, FCT - 44, Ogun - 19, Kaduna - 14, Oyo - 12, Bayelsa - 9, Gombe - 5, Kano - 3, Delta - 3, Imo - 2, Rivers - 2, Niger - 2, Bauchi - 2, Plateau - 1 and Kwara - 1.
There are 6, 868 active COVID-19 cases in the country as 3,007 people have recovered and have been discharged, with 287 deaths recorded.
A breakdown of the 10,162 confirmed cases shows that Lagos State has so far reported 4,943 cases, followed by Kano - 954, FCT - 660, Katsina - 364, Edo - 284, Oyo - 292, Borno - 271,Jigawa - 270, Ogun - 278, Kaduna - 258, Bauchi - 238, Rivers - 206, Gombe - 161, Sokoto - 116, Plateau - 105, Kwara - 88, Delta - 83, Zamfara - 76, Nasarawa - 62, Yobe - 52, Akwa Ibom - 45, Osun - 45, Ebonyi - 40, Adamawa - 38, Imo - 36, Kebbi - 33, Niger - 32, Ondo - 25, Ekiti - 20, Enugu - 18, Taraba - 18, Bayelsa - 12, Anambra - 11, Abia - 10, Benue - 7 and Kogi - 2.
Despite the increasing figures, many Nigerians are alleging that Nigeria is not testing enough and the figures might not reflect the true situation in the country.