JUST IN: US #COVID19 Death Toll Rises Past 85,000

by Seun Adeuyion May 14, 2020
The United States death toll climbed to over 85,000, on Thursday and there over 1.5 million confirmed cases to report. New York, the nation’s epicenter, reports 350,582 infections and 27,282 deaths. New Jersey, which has been America’s second biggest hot spot for awhile, now has 142,079 confirmed cases and 9,702 deaths. Outside of NY and […]

Gambari Says He Will Serve Buhari To The Best Of His Ability

by Seun Adeuyion May 14, 2020
“My office is solely for the service of my principal,” the New Chief of Staff to Nigerian Ruler, Professor Ibrahim Gambari, has said. Professor Gambari disclosed this when he appeared as a guest on Channels Television’s Politics Today. According to him, the new appointment is not about the Chief Of Staff but about the ruler. […]

#COVID19: UN Women, Plan International Insist Internet Access Should Be A Basic Human Right— Call For Action Against Digital Gender Divide

by Olatorera Dickson-Amusaon May 13, 2020
As the world continues to pause under the effects of Covid-19 and most physical activities have been modified to fit into online interactions, data has become a household necessity— and a luxury for those who are barely surviving. This is especially true for people living below the poverty level, and women and children who do […]

[VIDEO] #COVID19: Watch How To Make A Provisional Facemask In 30 Seconds Using A Pair Of Socks

by Chuks Azotanion May 13, 2020
As recommended by health experts, wearing a facemask in public places is one of the safe practices to limit spread of coronavirus. Recent studies show that a significant number of persons with COVID-19 are asymptomatic and that even those who eventually develop symptoms can transmit the virus to others before showing symptoms. Unknown to such […]

#COVID19: Unwrap Deliveries After 72 Hours To Limit Risk Of Virus Exposure — Experts Warn

by Chuks Azotanion May 13, 2020
A team of researchers from the universities of Bath, Bristol and Southampton have warned that delivered packages should be allowed to stay for at least 72 hours before opening them to help reduce COVID-19 transmission. These health experts working closely with Public Health England advised that deliveries should be collected with gloves and put away […]

WHO Meets 70 African Traditional Medicine Experts In Bid To Find #COVID19 Cure

by Seun Adeuyion May 13, 2020
The World Health Organisation (WHO) says it has met with 70 traditional medicine experts in a bid to find a cure for the COVID-19 pandemic. This was disclosed on Tuesday by WHO Afro Region via its official Twitter handle @WHOAFRO. The health organisation said an agreement was reached with the herbal medicine experts on clinical […]