The Nigeria Disease Control Center (NCDC) announced on Monday that 88 new cases were reported in Lagos, followed closely by 64 in Kano and 49 in Katsina.
13 new cases were also recorded in Kaduna, followed by nine in Ogun, six in Gombe, four in Adamawa and three in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja.
Ondo, Oyo, Rivers, Zamfara, Borno and Bauchi registered a new case each, according to the NCDC.
Seven people also died of coronavirus-related complications on Monday, with the death toll rising from 143 the previous day to 150 on Monday.
124 patients who had previously tested positive for coronavirus disease were released on Monday after recovery.
This means that a total of 902 people across the country have recovered from the highly infectious disease since Nigeria's index case was announced on February 27.
Nigeria recorded 4641 cases of coronavirus in 34 states and the FCT.