Osun has recorded 48 new infections on Friday, according to the daily update of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control.
This brings the state’s total infections to 2,065 out of which 1,456 have been successfully managed.
The newly recorded infections also saw Osun climb to 13th place on the log showing the impact of Covid-19 on states across the country.
Meanwhile, 1005 new confirmed cases and 24 deaths were recorded in Nigeria also in the last 24 hours.
By implication, 144521 cases have been confirmed, 118866 cases have been discharged and 1734 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory.
The 1005 new cases, which were reported in 19 states, saw Lagos record the highest infection rate with 204 cases.
Others include: Kwara (155), Oyo (124), Plateau (80), FCT (75), Edo (56), Osun (48), Ondo (41), Kaduna (40), Rivers (40), Taraba (35), Borno (32), Ekiti (21), Ogun (20), Kano (14), Bayelsa (8), Delta (7), Bauchi (3) and Jigawa (2).