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COVID- 19: 59,000 new deaths reported by Jan. 30 – WHO

The World Health Organisation (WHO) says no fewer than 59,000 new deaths were recorded as of Jan. 30 across the six WHO regions. The global...

British union seeks u-turn on mandatory vaccine for health workers

Britain’s Royal College of Nursing (RCN) has called for a u-turn on mandatory COVID-19 vaccines for health workers. Under current plans, staff must have their...

COVID-19: Men more likely to develop erectile dysfunction – Urologist

A Urologist has encouraged men to get vaccinated as those affected with COVID-19 are more likely to experience erectile dysfunction. Dr. Igbokwe Martin, a Consultant...

COVID-19: FCTA urges residents to adhere to preventive measures

The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), on Sunday, reminded Abuja residents to sustain the fight against the spread of Omicron variant of COVID-19 by...

Nigeria records a new high of 4,035 COVID-19 infections

Nigeria recorded a new high of 4,035 new COVID-19 infections in 15 states on Wednesday showing close to 100 per cent increase over the...

Omicron: Biden announces 500m free home rapid COVID tests

U.S. President Joe Biden says the federal government will purchase one half billion additional at-home rapid tests, with deliveries starting in January to American...

Omicron: New York Mayor elect, Eric Adams postpones inauguration

New York City Mayor elect, Eric Adams, on Tuesday said he would postpone his inauguration, which was set for Jan. 1, 2022 due to...

Nigeria records its highest single day infection of COVID-19 on Tuesday

Nigeria recorded 2,123 new COVID-19 infections on Tuesday, its highest ever daily infection since the outbreak of the virus in February 2020. The News Agency...

Omicron cases now in 89 countries, doubling 3 days in areas with local spread – WHO

The Omicron coronavirus variant has been reported in 89 countries and the number of cases is doubling in 1.5 to 3 days in areas...

Boris Johnson defends ‘proportionate’ plan for COVID passes

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has defended his controversial plan for COVID passes. Johnson made the defence after a massive rebellion by Conservative MPs left...

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