Lagos Shuts 143 Hospitals For Quackery The Lagos State Government has shut down 143 hospitals and other health facilities across the state for quackery and engaging in substandard practices.Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi disclosed this on Tuesday at a ministerial briefing to mark the second year of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu in office held in Ikeja, Lagos.
Lagos Vaccinates 12,720 People In 48 Hours The Lagos State Government says it has vaccinated 12,720 people with the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine 48 hours after the vaccination exercise commenced in the state.
Here are today's trending news Lagos State Government Shuts Down 143 Hospitals For Quackery According to PM News, the Lagos State Government has shut down 143 hospitals and other health facilities in the state for quackery and poor standard.The Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi disclosed this at a ministerial briefing to mark the second year in office of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Tuesday, held in Ikeja, Lagos.
The Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi,has revealed that the expiration date of a batch of Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines, which were imported into Nigeria for use,is on 9th July, 2021.This was made known by the state health commissioner on Wednesday while announcing update on vaccination exercise in Lagos.
As part of the measures to curb the spread of the new wave of COVID-19 disease, the Lagos State Government has placed 14 countries under close watch.The Lagos State Commissioner of Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, said they had to put some measures in place following the discovery of the new wave of the virus in some countries.
Lagos Shuts 143 Hospitals For Quackery The Lagos State Government has shut down 143 hospitals across the state for quackery and engaging in substandard practices, as reported by PM News.The Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi disclosed this on Tuesday at a ministerial briefing held in Ikeja, Lagos.
50,911 residents recover From COVID-19 in Lagos The Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, has revealed that 50,911 residents have recovered from COVID-19 in communities across the state.
The commissioner of health in Lagos State Prof Akin Abayomi has started paying some unscheduled visit to vaccination centres after reports that some people including the state government is selling Covid19 vaccine.
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.
The Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, has raised the alarm that 119 passengers from high-risk countries have declined to be isolated after arriving back into the country. Abayomi, in an opinion, on Sunday proposed to the families of those who denied being isolated to return for testing.
News reports have indicated that the Lagos State government has reportedly closed all Covid-19 vaccination centres all over the state.It is understood that the state has completed the 1st phase of Covid-19 vaccination exercises with 257, 756 people vaccinated.Cheeringly,the state announced that it has successfully emerged from the second wave of the corona virus pandemic.
Professor Akin Abayomi, the Lagos State Commissioner for Health reportedly revealed that only 4 cases of Covid-19 are being handled at the state isolation centre.It can be recalled that the state had handled 3,902 of corona virus cases since the 1st case of the pandemic when a foreigner, an Italian to be precise, was medically managed on 27th February,2020.
For over one year, the whole world has suffered from the devastating effects of the corona virus disease.Nigeria is not left out, as it has had adverse effects such as increase in prices of commodities in the market and so on.
1.Lagos govt takes step to prevent COVID-19 third wave: The Lagos State Government has said all its facilities have been placed on high alert, to ensure a third wave of COVID-19 does not happen in the state.The state’s Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, said this in a statement on Monday.
Prof. Akin Abayomi, the Lagos State Commissioner for Health, has expressed concern that 119 travelers from high-risk nations have refused to be quarantined after arrival. In a statement released on Sunday, Abayomi urged the families of those who refused to be isolated to return their loved ones for testing.
Lagos State has given a notice to countries on how Covid-19 is disturbing the state and what passengers need to know.The notice list that Nigeria biggest commercial city authories released is of three types: "red, amber and green."India, the world's second most populous country, is on the red list because they have a coronavirus variant that started from the country.
According to the Lagos State commissioner for health Prof. Akin abayomi, e-registration is now a mandatory protocol in the vaccination process in Lagos State.
Lagos denies compromising FG’s COVID-19 vaccination protocols The Lagos Government Thursday night denied compromising the vaccination protocols rolled out by the Federal Government even as it said the allegations of malpractices at Falomo centre and sale of vaccines were untrue and unfounded.
There have been recent concerns raised over the use of AstraZeneca jab/Covid-19 vaccination by several top European countries, and more recently, Germany, France and the UK, all suspended the use of the vaccine for several observed health complications.
Authorities in Lagos Nigeria has confirmed that the AstraZeneca covid-19 vaccine can cause some side effects for people that collected the injection but it will wear out with time.