BREAKING: Lagos Health Commissioner Professor Akin Abayomi tested positive for coronavirus

BREAKING: Lagos Health Commissioner Professor Akin Abayomi tested positive for coronavirus

Lagos Commissioner for Health Professor Akin Abayomi has tested positive for coronavirus. Commissioner for Information and Strategy Gbenga Omotoso announced this on Monday via Twitter. He said: “Subsequent to close contact with persons feeling unwell and testing positive for the COVID-19 infection, the Honourable Commissioner for Health, Professor Akin Abayomi, has tested positive for the virus. Professor Abayomi became aware of his status following the required testing protocol of contact tracing procedures. “However, he is doing well with no symptoms. “Adhering to the protocol of the home-based strategy in Lagos…

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#coronavirusvaccine: Russia successfully completed coronavirus vaccine trials, all you need to know

Bursted: Dr Stella Immanuel exposed after claimed of using hydroxychloroquine for the treatment of COVID-19

Russia reportedly completed trials of coronavirus vaccine and it was successful soon covid-19 will be subdue globally. After Brazil was the first emerging market to get a test drive of the Oxford University coronavirus vaccine, its Russia that is the first to complete human trials. Elena Smolyarchuk, chief researcher for the Russian Center for Clinical Research on Medications at Sechenov University, told TASS newswire on Sunday that human trials for the vaccine had been completed and those test patients will be discharged soon. “The research has been completed and it…

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BREAKING: Nigeria records breakthrough as NCDC validates viral RNA extraction

BREAKING: Nigeria records breakthrough as NCDC validates viral RNA extraction

The country has blazed a trail in Africa with the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) successfully validating the first phase of the viral Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) extraction which should enable local production of cheap testing kits for coronavirus. The validation took place on Thursday in the laboratory of the National Biotechnology Development Agency (NABDA) in Abuja. The Director-General of NABDA, Prof. Alex Akpa, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) after the exercise that the success of the validation was important not only to Nigeria but Africa as a…

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Just In: Lagos doctors begin indefinite sit-at-home

Just In: Lagos doctors begin indefinite sit-at-home

The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), Lagos State Chapter, has directed its members to immediately proceed on an indefinite sit-at-home protest, starting from 6.00 p.m on Wednesday. The association gave the directive in a joint statement by its Chairman, Dr. Saliu Oseni, and Secretary, Dr. Ramon Moronkola. However, the NMA National President Dr. Francis Faduyile, said: “I am not aware of a strike, but I am aware of a sit-at-home. A strike means there is an industrial dispute. However, a sit-at-home came to be because the Police have said that it…

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Amazing nurse wears only undies under transparent PPE while treating COVID-19 male patients

Amazing nurse wears only undies under transparent PPE while treating COVID-19 male patients

An unidentified Russian nurse putting on just her lingerie under transparent PPE has emerged the internet. According to the nurse, she felt too hot to put on her uniform under a PPE, so she decided to pull off. In the image above, the nurse can be seen wearing matching black bra and knickers as she writes a patient’s chart More intriguing is that the ward were she was attending to was a ward of only male coronavirus patients. Reports say the nurse who is in her 20’s admitted that she…

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W.H.O Begins Madagascar COVID-19 Vaccine Trial

W.H.O Begins Madagascar COVID-19 Vaccine Trial

World Health Organization (W.H.O) has begin the trial of Madagascar vaccine as it has been imported to 15 West African countries to help in the fight of COVID-19. Madagascar President Andry Rajoelina stated this through an Instagram post, explaining that the country intends to send the CVO syrup all around the world but would first begin from ECOWAS Nigeria and at least 14 West African countries would be delivered of the COVID-19 Organics herbal syrup developed in Madagascar to cure COVID-19 patients. Madagascar President Andry Rajoelina stated this through an…

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Madagascar COVID-19 Organics Herbal Syrup Delivered to 15 African Countries to Help in the Fight Coronavirus

W.H.O Begins Madagascar COVID-19 Vaccine Trial

Over 15 West African countries would be delivered of the COVID-19 Organics herbal syrup developed in Madagascar to cure COVID-19 patients. Reactions of Nigerians to the NCDC bill. Y’all need to chill with this #StoptheNCDCBill I don’t see anything wrong in asking people to get cleared at the airport before they come into the country, at least NCDC officials will be there for the service. And please what’s wrong in vaccination? Lol… You better not offend the minister, lest your house be turned into an isolation center for “as long…

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Madagascar COVID-19 Herbal Syrup, Should Nigeria Approves Importation As It Has Sends To 15 African Countries

W.H.O Begins Madagascar COVID-19 Vaccine Trial

At least 15 West African countries would be delivered of the COVID-19 Organics herbal syrup developed in Madagascar to cure COVID-19 patients. Should Nigeria approve the importation maybe it will work out or they should sign the NCDC bill. Y'all need to chill with this #StoptheNCDCBillI don't see anything wrong in asking people to get cleared at the airport before they come into the country, at least NCDC officials will be there for the service. And please what's wrong in vaccination? pic.twitter.com/LjPykhiJ4a — ᴏᴍᴀsᴏʀᴏ ᴀʟɪ ᴏᴠɪᴇ™☤ (@OvieSheikh) April 30, 2020…

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FG begins payment of COVID-19 allowance to health workers

FG begins payment of COVID-19 allowance to health workers

The Federal Government says it has commenced the payment of the Upgraded Hazard allowances for frontline health workers fighting against the spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The Minister of State for Health, Dr Olorunnimbe Mamora, made this known at the daily briefing of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 in Abuja. Mamora said that the new incentives, including insurance scheme was a fall-out of an MOU signed between the Federal Government and representatives of the unions under the health sector. Also Read: BREAKING: President Buhari Finally Announces Resumption Date…

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US, UK Begins Trials of COVID-19 Vaccine on Patients

US, UK Begins Trials of COVID-19 Vaccine on Patients

Scientists in the UK will begin trials of a potential COVID-19 vaccine on humans Thursday, as the government warns it could have to rely on social distancing measures until next year assuming no vaccine or treatment is found before then. England’s Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty said Wednesday that the probability of having a vaccine or treatment “anytime in the next calendar year” is “incredibly small.” “I think we should be realistic about that, we’re going to have to rely on other social measures,” Whitty said. Coronavirus Diaries The human vaccine trial has been…

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