President Muhammadu Buhari has warned Nigerians against panicking over the confirmed case of Corona virus in Nigeria. President Buhari frowned
The new NCP Corona virus may not show sign of infection for many days then how can one know if he/ she is infected ? Latest information is that the incubation period may be up to 28 days before the symptoms of COVID 19 are evident.
Corona Virus is real and it has killed over two thousand people since its outbreak was first reported in Wuhan, a city in China. Ever since its outbreak, cases have been reported in many countries except Nigeria. However, on the 27th of February, 2020, an Italian national who flew into Nigeria tested positive to the virus, raising heightened concerns and panic in some parts of the country.
Former senate President, Dr. Bukola saraki has said that the first case of Corona Virus recorded in the country is an opportunity for all Nigerians to unite against a common enemy threatening the good health and life of the people.
Nigeria has confirmed first case of the deadly Corona Virus (COVID-19) in the country. A statement by the Lagos state Ministry of Health said the first case was confirmed of an Italian citizen who had entered Nigeria from Milan, Italy for a brief business visit on the 25th of February, 2020.
WHO said this is because people across China trickled back to work after an extended Lunar New Year holiday.
The Management of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has alerted the public, especially consumers of animal hides, popularly known as ‘Ponmo’ in local parlance on the activities of some unscrupulous business men and traders who are selling industrial animal hides as food article.
A new study has unraveled new findings about Malaria treatment in Nigeria, noting that 71.49% of people who go to drug stores to buy anti-malarial medicines for self-medication are only wasting their money as they had no Malaria parasite antigen in their blood stream, though unaware of it.
Malam Umar Aminu-Imam, President, Environmental Health Officers Association of Nigeria (EHOAN), has said that 13,687,500 Nigerians battled with malaria annually.
Dr. Bello Kumo, a consultant Gastroenterologist with Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital, Zaria, says Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) is more infectious than HIV.