The Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has registered forty-four additional related Covid-19 infections, its official Facebook handle said on Wednesday night.Of the 44 cases, Lagos the epic center has twenty-eight (28) cases, Rivers state- fourteen (14), while Akwa Ibom state and Ekiti state registered only a case From the Centre's statistics, it showed that Nigeria has recorded one hundred and sixty-five thousand, five hundred and fifty-nine cases (165,559) of which 156, 375 people have been discharged with two thousand and sixty-six (2066) deaths so far across the 36 states of Federation and FCT since the beginning of the pandemic in the nation.
Since the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic which started from Wuhan, China towards the end of the year 2019, the world has never remained the same in terms of social relationships.It can be recalled that at the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic, countries went into lockdown, shutting down businesses, offices, and as well as closing borders to foreign travellers in a bid to contain the spread of the virus.
It was announced Wednesday that the COVID-19 variant first detected in India had spread to 49 countries.The World Health Organization has made the announcement one day after declaring the variant to be one of global concern.In the wake of the UN health agency's new concerns about the B.1.617 variant, India recently recorded 4,205 deaths associated with COVID-19, a new one-day record that overtook India's total death toll from the pandemic.
The report of the deadly Indian variant of Covid-19 in Osun and Edo State is indeed, something that Nigerians should be worried about.It is no longer news that the new Covid-19 strain found in India is more deadly than what have been reported in any other country of the world.
Hours ago, it was reported that Bishop David Oyedepo, like a couple of other mega-church pastors in Nigeria who considered the novel corona virus disease a hoax, allegedly told members of his congregation not to take the COVID-19 Vaccine as he boasted that he had the cure for the virus.
David O. Oyedepo, the Nigerian preacher, Christian author, businessman, architect and the general overseer of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, also known as Winners' Chapel International and the presiding Bishop of the Faith Tabernacle in Ota, Ogun State, has cautioned the government not to impose people to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.
David Oyedepo is under fire for his statement that the Covid-19 vaccine is not capable of curing the Covid virus instead it is deadly then he recommended that his members should try a shot of anointing oil to cure Covid-19.According to the Nation, Founder of Living Faith Church Worldwide, Bishop David Oyedepo, has warned members of his church against taking the COVID-19 vaccine, however recommended a shot of anointing oil to kill the virus.
Going by the reemergence or resurgence of Covid-19 infections in many countries of the world, the Federal Government has reenacted the Covid-19 phase 4 restrictions rules.These restrictions among others include; 1.No face mask, no entry in all public places all over the nation.
Mixed Reactions As FG Reintroduces Nationwide Curfew From 12am To 4am To Stop The Spread Of Covid-19
It has been reported that, the Federal Government has in a bid to curb the further spread of Covid-19 in the county, reintroduced a nationwide curfew which will last between 2am to 4am.The report was disclosed today on Twitter by Instablog9ja handle.According to the information relayed, the Federal Government (FG) has reached the decision of initiating a nationwide curfew which will last for 4 hours in the early hours of dawn.
A new coronavirus variant has emerged as COVID-19 cases overwhelm hospitals in India, A young Indian man identified as Shahnawaz Shaikh has sold his SUV, circa 2019 model just to raise funds to buy oxygen for covid 19 patients in India who can't find or afford one.
The Federal Government has reintroduced COVID-19 restrictions across all 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).This new directive is to take effect by midnight of Tuesday, a member of the Presidential Steering Committee (PSC) on COVID-19, Dr Mukhtar Mohammed, declared.
The Doctors in India are warning people against the practice of using cow faeces as COVID-19 treatment because they are no evidence or proof that it cures the disease, so it might risk to spreading other diseases.India has been the world's most people that has been infected with coronavirus.
The General Overseer of The Living Faith Church Worldwide has also joined other pastors in condemning the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine.The man of God claimed that he was saddened when some people were denied some entitlements until they have received the vaccine.He said that no law under heaven can force a medication on anyone.
The General Overseer of the Living Faith Church International (Winners Chapel), Bishop David Oyedepo, has reportedly recommended the use of anointing oil as the cure for Covid-19.Pastor David Oyedepo made this recommendation during the 40th-anniversary thanksgiving service of winners Chapel at Ota Cathedral in Ogun State.
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The general overseer of the Living Faith Church International, also known as Winners Chapel, has warned his members from taking the COVID 19 vaccine.He said that the vaccine is a deadly thing and if the government wants a lasting cure to the corona virus, they should come and ask him for it.
The Nigerian Centre For Diseases Control (NCDC) has reported 52 fresh cases of the deadly virus, Covid -19 across the country.This was revealed on their verified Twitter page on the 5th May, 2021 with the affected states and the number of cases.The states include: Taraba, which has the highest number of cases, 18, followed by the Federal Capital and Rivers with 9 cases, Lagos with 7 cases, Akwa- Ibom with 6, Kano with 2 cases and Kaduna with 1 case respectively.
Lagos state is preparing to take steps to prevent another wave of Covid-19 after they have tried to flatten the second wave.Although authorities in the state said they've noticed a reduction in the positive cases and deaths of the virus compared to how it was in December 2020, but they still need to be careful of a new strain of the virus.
A lot has really been going on this country, people are getting scared daily and losing their hopes in Nigeria due to so many sad news.The COVID-19 vaccination is not excluded, some people are so scared of taking the vaccines, others are taking it because that of the fear of contracting it or they do not have any other choice.
As Nations Continues To Curtail The Spread Of Covid-19, See What An Indian Did Which Made Him A Hero
In our everyday life, as we go about doing our normal businesses, we probably come across people whom are worth calling angels in human's clothing.Not just because they are nice, but because they tend to do ordinary things in an extraordinary way.They show to the world that they could go to any length to serve humanity and this is commendable.