Friday, September 30, 2022

COVID-19 test

September 22, 2022

Taiwan to loosen COVID-19 pandemic border controls

Measures would be further loosened on October 13 for Taiwan to accept 150,000 international travellers weekly.

Tourists in Taiwan
September 1, 2022

WHO expects more COVID-19 hospitalisations, deaths in winter

The World Health Organisation says the onset of winter in northern countries could spike COVID-19 hospitalisation and deaths.

Health workers attending to Covid-19 patient
August 25, 2022
WHO and UNICEF
August 25, 2022

WHO praises Kano for scaling up COVID-19 vaccination

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has lauded the Kano government for scaling up COVID-19 vaccination.

WHO and Governor Abdullahi Ganduje
July 11, 2022

Group tasks African leaders on management of COVID-19 funds

The group said that Africa suffers an annual loss of illicit financial flow of over $80 billion.

Coronavirus
March 22, 2022

Bangladesh, Chad most polluted countries: Report

Bangladesh was the most polluted country, also unchanged from the previous year, while Chad ranked second.

Smog
March 16, 2022

Global COVID-19 cases climbing again: WHO

Number of global coronavirus infections confirmed since the pandemic began has reached 455 million.

Health workers attending to Covid-19 patient
February 20, 2022

NCDC reports 22 new COVID-19 cases in five states

Nigeria’s COVID-19 cases has continued to decline as the country emerges from the surge caused by the Omicron variant.

COVID-19 variant
January 22, 2022

Comoros to face Cameroon without goalkeeper as COVID-19, injury hit squad

CAF rule is that teams affected by COVID-19 must play matches even if they have no recognised goalkeeper in their squad.

Comoros squad
July 17, 2021

UK health minister test positive for coronavirus despite taking vaccine

This development continues to raise concerns on the effectiveness of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine which is currently being administered to Nigerians.

Sajid Javid