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South Africa Health Minister Celebrates International Nurses Day—Commends Nurses For Putting The Safety Of Citizens First Before Their Own Families

by Osaherun Ighileon May 12, 2020
The South Africa Minister for Health, Dr Zweli Mkhize took to his official twitter handle to commend the nurses for their hard work as a way of celebrating the International Nurses Day. The Minister urged that everyone to remember the nurses who have put their lives at risk in fighting the covid19. Dr Mkhize appreciated […]

Italy Records Fewer Than 1000 Patients In Intensive Care Unit For The First Time In 2 Months

by Osaherun Ighileon May 12, 2020
Italy has the 3rd highest recorded covid19 deaths after the United States Of America and the United Kingdom. With over 219,814 confirmed cases and over 30,739 deaths and over 106,587 recovered cases. For the first time in two months, the country has recorded a total number of 1000 cases in their intensive care unit compared […]

PHOTOS: Citizens Of Rwanda Seen Maintaining Social Distancing, Wearing Face Masks And Washing Hands Before Entering Buses At Motor Parks

by Osaherun Ighileon May 4, 2020
The event of the Covid19 pandemic has encouraged the world and human beings to make healthier decisions in their personal lives and their environments as a whole. Due to the poor and devastating effect of the covid19 pandemic in the economy of certain countries, world leaders have been made to take difficult decisions like easing […]

North Korean Leader Did Not Have a Surgery – South Korea

by William Ukpeon May 3, 2020
North Korea’s Leader, Kim Jong Un did not have a surgery that kept him away for 3 weeks according to Yonhap, a South Korean Media outlet quoting a top Government official. Reasons why the South Korean government believes he did not have a surgery were not given, but admitted that reports of his surgery were […]

Nigerian Army Ambush B/Haram In North East, Kill Scores

by Seun Adeuyion May 3, 2020
Troops of Operation Lafiya Dole (OPLD) have sustained their offensive against Boko Haram terrorists that are hibernating in different locations within the North East theatre of operation. The sustained offensive by the troops is yielding fruitful results as they have succeeded in dislodging and killing several of the insurgents. The Coordinator, Defence Media Operations, Maj.-Gen. […]

JUST IN: Number Of Worldwide #COVID19 Recoveries Reach 1.1m

by Seun Adeuyion May 3, 2020
The number of global coronavirus recoveries exceeded the 1,000,000 mark on Sunday, according to a running tally by the US-based Johns Hopkins University. The university’s data showed a total of 1,121,534 people won their battle against the pandemic. The number of cases reached 3,484,176, with 244,778 deaths recorded. US has the highest number of recoveries […]