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Coronavirus Crisis Cost Auto Branch, Billions Worldwide, Study Shows

coronavirus crisis cost the automotive industry billions The coronavirus crisis cost the automotive industry billions of dollars worldwide and inflicted heavy...
Ooni

COVID-19: We Shouldn’t Relax Yet—Ooni

Not a time to relax says Oba Enitan Ogunwusi, as COVID-19 cases drop. The Ooni of Ife, Oba Enitan Ogunwusi, has...
Vaccine

A Vaccine Before The US Election? “Depends On Science Or Politics”

A Covid-19 vaccine by election day in the US? Experts worry that, facing an uphill battle for reelection, President Donald Trump...
People

People With Vitamin D Deficiency Have Double the Risk of Getting COVID-19

In a quest of finding possible cure and remedy to COVID-19, People who are deficient in the sunshine vitamin are...
WHO

Coronavirus: WHO Roots For Equitable Access To Vaccine In Africa

The World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Thursday that donors and industry stakeholders should allocate sufficient resources to ensure African countries had access to...
WHO

WHO Approves Corticosteroids For Treatment Of Severe Cases

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has issued a guidance for clinicians and healthcare decision-makers on the use of Corticosteroids for patients with severe COVID-19. In...
Enugu

Enugu Records 100% Success In Target Polio Vaccination

The Enugu Government has achieved 100 per cent success coverage in the just concluded ‘specific-target’ polio vaccination in the state. Dr George Ugwu, Executive Secretary...
Vaccine Effort U.S

U.S. Says, It Will Not Be ‘Constrained’ By WHO-Linked Vaccine Effort

The White House said on Tuesday that the U.S. would not join a global effort aimed at providing equitable worldwide access to COVID-19 vaccines,...
Rotary

Rotary Tasks FG On Polio-Free Certification Sustainability

Rotarian Lovina Okorn-Ntui, the President, Rotary Club of Abuja, Kubwa (District 9125), has urged the Federal Government and rotarians nationwide to put measures in...