The National Center for Health Statistics, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the World Health Organisation (WHO) has stated that abortion is the termination of pregnancy before 20 weeks of the baby's development inside the womb or a foetus born weighing less than 500 gram.
Fati Niger is a Hausa singer who joined the film company in the last 10 years but she is not active for some years in the company that is why some fans were asking for her absence.She is currently working with World Health Organisation (WHO).Fati Niger shares her stunning photos which remind the public of her beautiful face.
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 WHO (World Health Organisation) issued Nigeria the covid-19 vaccine which would help in decreasing the spread rate of the Covid-19 virus.The federal government accepted the WHO's proposal that every adult is entitled to be injected with the vaccine.
Following the latest events in Nigeria, Bishop David Oyedepo, the General overseer of the Living Faith Church International (Winners Chapel), Bishop David Oyedepo, has warned his church members not to take the Covid19 Vaccine.“Let me warn you against this deadly thing circulated round the country, because it has not been duly tested.
Most countries of the world including Nigeria is still recuperating from the havoc caused by an unexpected outburst of Corona virus.However, the pandemic has lead to social and medical reaction from citizens and governments of each country, respectively.Nigeria recorded it's first case of the virus on 27th February, 2020 after the World Health Organisation declared the new Corona virus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, which began in China on December 8, 2019.
The World Health Organisation(WHO)as well as other relevant health stakeholders have been trying to tackle Covid-19 pandemic that has been incessantly unleashing heavy casualties as its transmissions seem not to be abating all over the world.In order to address the health pandemic, WHO reportedly issued corona virus guidelines which include the use of face masks,washing of hands, keeping of social distancing and isolation of Covid-19 index cases.
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Nigeria and the Pandemic: A Timeline It’s been a year since the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the coronavirus outbreak pandemic, a year that most parts of the world shut down as they braced for the unexpected.
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On February 27, 2021, the covid-19 pandemic clocked a year in Nigeria.The anniversary underscored the unpleasant experiences that have characterized the virus since the first case was discovered in the country.From restrictions on movement of people to lockdown of most sectors of the economy, maintenance of social distancing, upscaling of hygiene practice, and usage of face masks, Nigeria joined several other countries in the enforcement of non-pharmaceutical protocols, aimed at curbing the speed of contagion and rate of deaths from the coronavirus, in March 2020.
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Nigeria has received 16m doses of COVID-19 vaccines, says WHO THE World Health Organisation, WHO, had said a total of 16 million AstraZeneca doses of COVID-19 vaccines out of the 88 million allocated to Africa has been received by Nigeria. This was as the organisation explained that it has not disqualified any country in Africa from accessing COVID-19 vaccines through the COVAX facility, but rather is supporting all countries to access vaccines as quickly as possible. The WHO Country Representative in Nigeria,
In July 2014, a Liberian travelled from Monrovia to Nigeria bringing with him the deadly Ebola disease.He arrived in Lagos, a city of more than 11.8 million people, and then went to Port Harcourt.
After WHO Reportedly Disqualified Nigeria From Global Vaccine Bid, See What Atiku's Daughter, Hauwa Said
Hours After WHO Disqualified Nigeria From Global Vaccine Bid, See What Atiku's Daughter, Hauwa Said Recall that the World Health Organisation refused to shortlist Nigeria for the Pfizer vaccines. This is prior to the fact that Nigeria was unable to meet the board's standard requirements of being able to store the vaccine at the mandated 70 degree Celsius. According to the report, only four African Countries were shortlisted. However, Atiku's Daughter, Hauwa has taken to her Twitter handle to react to the report.
Health News:Checkout the Latest NCDC Records on COVID-19 Deaths and New Cases in Nigeria Covid-19 pandemic has been recognized as a serious global health issue because of its modes of transmissions and associated human casualties.
As the COVID-19 infection rates continue to increase in Nigeria, there is need to prioritize the disbursement of vaccines to those who are prone to contacting the pandemic within the country. As we all know, the Federal Government have in the past looked for and are currently seeking for ways to better the lives of her citizens. Not relenting in their struggles for a better healthy state of her citizens even amidst the world wide pandemic, the Federal government has been able to assure us that the COVID-19 vaccines
Just in, Nigeria has receive 3.92 million of COVID-19 vaccines from the Covax company.
National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control, NAFDAC, has approved Oxford/Astrazeneca COVID-19 vaccine for use in Nigeria.NAFDAC Director-General, Dr. Mojisola Adeyeye disclosed this while briefing journalists on Thursday in Abuja.
*FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION (FGM)* *DEFINATION* Female Genital Mutilation comprises all procedures involving the removal of the external female genitalia or other injury to the female genital organs for non-medical reasons, as defined by the World Health Organisation (WHO).