Tag Archives: covid-19

COVID-19 Is Still In Nigeria: Said By Experts

A consultant obstetrics and gynaecology, Prof. Rotimi Jaiyesimi, has said it is wrong to say the country has reached the peak of COVID-19 pandemic. Jaiyesimi, at a virtual media roundtable discussion organised by the Nigerian Academy of Science on Thursday said Nigeria was far from flattening the COVID-19 curve. He …

Read More »

Flight Activities Resumes At Port Harcourt International Airport

Business resumed as usual at the Port Harcourt International airport following three months of lockdown both locally and internationally. A flight from Lagos piloted by Air peace was the first to show up the Port Harcourt International Airport terminal at 7.50 a.m on saturday. Mr Abayomi Akinbinu, who currently is …

Read More »

Covid-19: Iran Records 200 Mortality In 24 Hours

Iran has recorded 200 coronavirus mortality in a single day just since the start of the pandemic. The nation likewise affirmed 2,600 new diseases, driving the absolute number of cases to 245,688, with 11,931 passings. The Country’s Health Minister, Saeed Namaki, who compared the infection to a “bomb”, regretted that …

Read More »

Shehu Sani Scrutinizes The Adequacy Of COVID-19 Organics

Shehu Sani, a previous lawmaker at the national assembly speaking to Kaduna Central Senatorial District at the Senate has scrutinized the adequacy of the COVID-19 Organics as Madagascar has imposed a new lockdown because of the ascent in cases of COVID-19. Review that the nation on Sunday forced a new …

Read More »

Youths Responsible For The Spread Of COVID-19 – NCDC

The Nigeria Center For Disease Control NCDC has identified and revealed the age bracket of Nigerians spreading coronavirus to be within citizens of Age 20-40. This was revealed by the Director General of the office Dr. Chikwe Ihekweazu via a statement made during the PTF COVID-19 briefing on Thursday in …

Read More »

Covid-19: Global Deaths reach a milestone of over half a million

Over 10 million cases of covid-19 has been reported globally, according to latest reports from John Hopkins University with the virus been reportedly dangerous for the elderly and people with underlying health conditions. However, the overall death curve has flattened of recent, but there are numbers of new cases reported …

Read More »

CAN lauds Kaduna government over reopening of worship centres

The Christian Association of Nigeria, Kaduna State chapter, has expressed appreciation to Governor Mallam Nasir Elrufai, for allowing places of worship to reopen from Sunday this week (14th June). In a statement on Wednesday, Chairman CAN, Kaduna State, Rev John Joseph Hayab said, “We know that people have stayed under …

Read More »

New Zealand shows the world that war against Covid-19 can be won.

New Zealand has successfully wiped out coronavirus after the final person known to have been infected recovered. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she was confident the country had halted the spread of Covid-19 but said it would “almost certainly” see more cases in the future.“We are confident we have eliminated the …

Read More »

US topping the coronavirus chart, a badge of honor – Trump

Donald Trump has claimed the fact the US has 1.5 million confirmed coronavirus cases – the most of any country in the world – is a “badge of honour”. The country has suffered almost 92,000 deaths of people with COVID-19, but the president suggested the infection figures should be a source …

Read More »


Avoid Contamination, Always Wash Your Hands, Avoid Crowded Spaces, Maintain Safe Distances and If Possible Stay at Home!