Endless Strike in the Health Sector, WHO IS TO BLAME?
Despite multiple concurrent disease outbreaks, the country’s healthcare workforce has gone on strike several times during the COVID 19 pandemic.
The US Advice Nigeria to Protect their Elderly from Covid-19
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of the United States advised Nigerians to pay special attention to the elderly and those with chronic illnesses as the third wave of COVID-19 spreads.
IFC Partners BRP to Enable Ghanaians Access to Quality Medical Diagnostics
Thousands of Ghanaians will benefit from a partnership announced today between the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and South African radiology specialist Bergman, Ross and Partners Incorporated (BRP).
Nigeria not Ranked 4th in COVID-19 Response – WHO Rep
The World Health Organization (WHO) Country Representative, Dr Walter Kazadi Mulombo, has stated that the organization has not graded countries based on their reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Zealand Intends to Reopen Borders Early Next Year
Having successfully eliminated local transmission of the Coronavirus, New Zealand plans to reopen its borders to foreign travelers early next year.
150 Nigerian Doctors to Take Exams that’ll Enable them Practice in UK
A total number of 150 Nigerian doctors that have an interest in practicing in the United Kingdom are currently set to take clinical examinations which will decide their eligibility.
Senegal to become Africa’s First COVID-19 Manufacturer
The government of Senegal is constructing Africa’s first vaccine production hub, which will have the capacity and equipment to manufacture Covid-19 and other vaccines.
Major Advances in HIV Prevention
In recent years, scientists have made three major breakthroughs in the fight against HIV and Aids, which has affected over 38 million people worldwide.
Cholera Outbreak: 30 Dead, 2000 hospitalised in Jigawa
In Jigawa, a cholera outbreak has killed at least 30 individuals and hospitalized more than 2,000 people in the last two months.
First Human death from Monkey B virus in China
The first human infection with the Monkey B Virus (BV) and death has been reported in China. According to China CDC Weekly, a veterinary surgeon in Beijing was infected with the virus after dissecting two deceased monkeys in early March.
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CBN Freezes Risevest, Bamboo, Trove and Chaka Bank Account.
Central Bank of Nigeria has frozen the accounts of Risevest, Bamboo, Trove, and Chaka founders for the next six months.
Hacklab Foundation Partners BlueAfric Media to Host AI Hackathon in Nigeria
The largest hackathon in West Africa is set to take place in Lagos, Nigeria, with BlueAfric Media at the forefront of communications for the event.