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Abuja, August 11, 2020 – Nigerian authorities should thoroughly investigate the recent attack on journalist Sikiru Obarayese and hold those responsible to account, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. On August 3, at least four police officers slapped, kicked, and used their batons to beat Obarayese, a correspondent for the privately owned Daily Post...
Parents have gradually become teachers homeschooling their children, while children are forgetting what school feels like as Nigeria’s coronavirus cases continue to rise. With Nigeria’s rising cases, will the government consider cancelling the rest of the 2019 school year? @TechCabal
437 new cases of COVID-19 in Nigeria: Lagos – 107 FCT – 91 Plateau – 81 Kaduna – 32 Ogun – 30 Kwara – 24 Ebonyi – 19 Ekiti – 17 Oyo – 8 Borno – 6 Edo – 6 Kano – 4 Nasarawa – 3 Osun – 3 Taraba – 3 Gombe – 2 […]
Across five states this week, we commenced the assessment of Public Health Emergency Operations Centres (PHEOC) for optimisation. We remain committed towards strengthening sub-national health security as well as capacity to manage disease outbreaks. In 2018, we began the set-up of Public Health Emergency Operations Centres (PHEOC) to ensure a coordinated response to disease outbreaks at states levels. This year, states activated their PHEOCs in response to the largest Lassa fever outbreak &
BEIRUT (AP) — Soha Saade had not seen her husband since Christmas. The coronavirus pandemic had kept 44-year-old Jihad in Nigeria, where he worked far from his family in Beirut. Once travel restrictions eased, he flew home with a new sense of urgency: His 6-year old had been diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma. Together, Jihad and Soha spent 13 days with their daughter, Gemma, as she received treatment. “We only had one more day left in the hospital,” Soha said. When smoke billowed outside the hospital window Tuesday, the couple lamented Beirut's pollution and disorder. Soha began to film it on her phone, then went out to check with nurses if there was reason to worry. As she opened the door, “the world exploded." In an instant, she had to make a wrenching decision — focus on her daughter, who suddenly was watching blood gush from her stunned father's head, or leave the girl with others and try to save the life of the man she loved. Soha carried her burly husband down nine floors, walking barefoot on broken glass. The hospital was no longer functioning. She had to find another. Strangers appeared and helped her down the stairs. Her brother arrived to help. Soha reached a doctor friend on the phone who talked her through basic first aid. “Jihado, answer me, don’t go,” she pleaded with her husband. But it was too late. Other hospitals, overwhelmed, turned the couple away. Soha's husband died in her arms. He never said a word. “He didn’t even open his eyes. I saw his soul (leaving his body),” Soha said. She only removed the broken glass from her feet three days later. She doesn't know how to ever remove the pain. Tuesday's blast killed nearly 150 people. Search teams are still looking for bodies as some families don’t know whether to mourn. “You...
The COVID19 Nigeria situation report for 5th August, 2020 has been published. Download Report: https://bit.ly/2EQB5gm Our daily COVID19 situation reports provide a summary of the epidemiological situation & response activities in Nigeria. Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).Dow Media filesDownload logo
It is important to take responsibility for the most vulnerable including the elderly & those with preexisting medical conditions. 'COVID-19 Advisory for Vulnerable Groups' provides useful guidance on precautions to take to protect our loved ones. Download: https://bit.ly/3kazZw9Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).Media filesDownload logo
Three months ago Kemi Lawani, who owns a small hair salon in south Minneapolis, spent many nights crying, worried about how to pay the bills and feed her kids in the midst of the coronavirus shutdown that closed her business and thousands of others across the state for more than two months last spring. “You don’t know what is going to happen. The anxiety is very high,” she said at the time. Just as she was getting ready to reopen, the Minneapolis neighborhood where her business is located was hit by protests and rioting after the death of George Floyd in police custody in late May.
OVERVIEW IOM DTM in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the state Ministry of Health have been conducting monitoring of individuals moving into Nigeria's conflict-affected northeastern states of Adamawa and Borno under pillar... - Social News XYZ
The COVID-19 Nigeria situation report for 7th August, 2020 has been published. Our daily COVID-19 situation reports provide a summary of the epidemiological situation & response activities in Nigeria. Download via: https://bit.ly/3bWXXqp Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).
The COVID-19 Nigeria situation report for 7th August, 2020 has been published. Our daily COVID-19 situation reports provide a summary of the epidemiological situation & response activities in Nigeria. Download via: https://bit.ly/3bWXXqpDistributed by APO Group on behalf of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).Media filesDownload logo
The COVID19 Nigeria situation report for 6th August, 2020 has been published. Download Report: https://bit.ly/30Dz2VD Our daily COVID19 situation reports provide a summary of the epidemiological situation & response activities in Nigeria.Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).Media filesDownload logo
Olatoyosi Lawal and Tozaye Balogun of KPMG Advisory Services, Nigeria look at the Covid-19 measures in Nigeria and their implication for permanent establishment. They consider some of the unintended tax consequences and resulting tax obligations for foreign companies in Nigeria.
As a pandemic rages and weakens fragile societies, terrorists lie in wait to pounce on vulnerable people, especially on the African continent, says a top U.S. military commander. U.S. military officials say their work on the continent has continued unabated, but that extremists are actively seeking every opportunity to gain a foothold, from Senegal to Somalia. Violent extremist organizations, or VEOs, are seizing on Africa’s coronavirus chaos to advance their goals in vulnerable societies, from Nigeria to Mozambique, says the head of U.S. Special Operations Command Africa, Maj. Gen.
The COVID-19 Nigeria situation report for 9th August, 2020 has been published. Our daily COVID-19 situation reports provide a summary of the epidemiological situation & response activities in Nigeria. Download via: https://bit.ly/3bWXXqpDistributed by APO Group on behalf of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).Media filesDownload logo
Travelling between two points in Nigeria can be time-consuming, so many people prefer air travel. It takes an hour to fly between Lagos, the commercial district, to Abuja, the federal capital, while the same journey would take over 10 hours by road. The reopening of airports and the reinstatement of flights has come as a big relief for many, but flight cancellations have had a big economic impact on the industry. According to Captain Musa Nuhu, director general of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), the pandemic has cost the airline industry almost $1bn (£766m), while the loss to Nigeria's economy is $800bn.
443 new cases of COVID-19 Nigeria: Plateau – 103 Lagos – 70 FCT – 60 Ondo – 35 Edo – 27 Rivers – 27 Kaduna – 20 Osun – 19 Borno – 18 Oyo – 18 Kwara – 11 Adamawa – 9 Nasarawa – 7 Gombe – 6 Bayelsa – 4 Imo – 4 Bauchi […]
The number of COVID-19 cases around the world continues its steady climb with more than 19.2 million infections, according to Johns Hopkins University. The U.S. continues to have more cases than anywhere else with more than 4.9 million, followed by Brazil with nearly 3 million and India with 2 million. New York Gov.
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The COVID19 Nigeria situation report for 5th August, 2020 has been published.
Download logoNigeria Launches COVID-19 Online Course on Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has launched a course on Infection Prevention and Control (IPC), in the context of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). This online course is available to the general public but targeted at health care workers, to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases while administering health care in Nigeria. As at 03 July 2020, a total