Jigawa State: Governor ask civil servants to resume work

Governor Muhammad Badaru Abubakar of Jigawa State has issued an order that all civil servants from all grades in the state should return back to their duty posts. The governor made the declaration after 16 days the state last recorded a single case of the dreaded Coronavirus disease, Naija News understands. Abubakar while speaking with reporters at the State Government …

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Lagos reel out guidlines for Re-Opening of Worship Centers

Lagos state lists conditions that must be met by churches, mosques before reopening The government specified that the conditions must be met for worship centres to open. The Lagos State Government has introduced some measures and conditions that must be met/fulfiled by all religious centres and places of worships that are planning to reopen, following further relaxation of lockdown. These …

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Peru Says Over 900 Girls, Women Feared Dead Since Pandemic Began

Over 900girls  and women are missing and feared dead in Peru since COVID-19 confinement began, according to authorities yesterday . The Andean nation home to 33 million people long has had a horrific domestic violence problem. But COVID-19, which has compounded home confinement combined with job losses and a health crisis, has seen an already scary situation grow worse in …

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US based Nigerian Doctor claim she cure Corronavirus Patients

The U.S based Nigerian doctor Stella Emmanuel and her colleagues. [PM News] Speaking at a news conference in Washington, Emmanuel claimed that antimalarial drug, hydroxychloroquine, zinc, and antibacterial drug, Zithromax, were effective cures for the virus. The Nigerian spoke during a news conference held by a group of American doctors under the aegis of “America’s Frontline Doctors” in front of …

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Border closure, Travel restrictions can not stop Coronavirus – WHO

The World Health Organization on Monday noted that border closure to halt the spread of COVID-19 is unsustainable, thus, urging countries to adopt comprehensive strategies based on local knowledge of where the virus is spreading. Border closure and travel restrictions remain an important part of many countries’ strategy to combat the novel coronavirus. At the same time, rising cases in …

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Corronavirus: WHO says not to expect first vaccination until early next year

A World Health Organization (WHO) expert has revealed on Wednesday that the first use of COVID-19 vaccine cannot be expected until early 2021. This information is coming against the backdrop of reported good progress by researchers in developing vaccines against COVID-19, with a handful in late-stage trials. The head of WHO’s emergencies programme, Mike Ryan said the UN health agency …

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Doctors at Ogun isolation centre join strike

Resident Doctors at the Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital, Sagamu, Ogun State who are working at the Covid-19 treatment and isolation centre in the state have joined their colleagues in the ongoing industrial action. The doctors reportedly left the isolation centre following the directive by the Association of Resident Doctors, OOUTH, Sagamu directing them to leave their duty posts at …

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