The Ondo State Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, has tested positive for coronavirus. Governor Akeredolu had last week submitted himself for COVID-19 test after denying going for self-isolation. The governor said he is already in self-isolation as required by the case management guidelines of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) for someone who is asymptomatic. “Earlier […]
“Safe re-opening of schools to allow students in graduating classes resume in-person in preparation for examinations.”
It took almost 100 days for Africa to record its first 100,000 cases and less than 30 days to hit 300,000 cases
Most of what’s in the plan is neither novel nor ground-breaking. It includes projects that had been bandied around by previous administrations, with little success.
Officials have frank new advice for people who are looking for companionship and physical intimacy during the pandemic.
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A total of 455 COVID-19 deaths have now been recorded in the country.
Boko Haram’s attacks are a significant distraction for those trying to stop the virus from spreading
He had said while mosques would reopen on June 19, churches would resume activities on June 21.
Over the weekend, Africa’s most industrialised nation recorded more than 8,100 new cases of Covid-19
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As the West settles into a grinding battle with the disease, the virus surges across the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and South Asia.
He said the governor had gone into isolation before his result returned positive, and that he has directed the deputy governor to act on his behalf pending the time he resumes duty.
For Nigeria, the decision to ease the lockdown on 4 May was a compromise between the heavy economic costs – including the hardship on citizens who depend on daily earnings – and the choice to contain a public health emergency.
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Madagascar’s president has said that his country will test an injectable version of a herbal tea he claims prevents and cures Covid-19.
The vice president, prime minister and ruling party’s secretary-general were all attending
Gov. Willie Obiano of Anambra says there are currently eight active COVID-19 cases being treated at Protective Care Centres in the state.
The federal government has issued a new set of guidelines in a new phase of the easing of lockdown.
The five-week lockdown, which took effect at midnight on March 29, was part of efforts to ensure efficient contact tracing and limit spread of the coronavirus, especially with what was considered a high rate of infections at the time.
The impact of COVID-19 will only worsen these structural weaknesses. The Economic Commission for Africa has reported that between 300,000 and 3.3 million people could lose their lives if appropriate measures are not taken.
Featuring Simi, Terri, Adekunle Gold, Omah Lay, Davido, Dremo and many more the coronavirus pandemic has gotten everyone worked up and it hasn’t gotten any better with the increase in the number of cases daily. As the global pandemic continue to affect the way we live and keeps limits to what we could do, we have […]
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