Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe said the youngest new patient was six months old and the oldest 100 years and that 1,175 of the new patients were Kenyans and 30 foreigners, 622 male and 583 female.
Between March 2020 and July 2021, an estimated 4,000 children in Nigeria were orphaned as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a statistical report released on Tuesday by … Continue Reading COVID-19 orphaned 4,000 Nigerian children in sixteen months – World Bank
Sydney will enter a hard two-week lockdown on Saturday night local time as authorities try to contain a fast-spreading outbreak of the highly infectious Delta coronavirus variant in Australia’s largest city, the … Continue Reading COVID19: Sydney heads into two-week hard lockdown to contain Delta coronavirus outbreak
The suspension of the passenger flights between the two countries will remain for the next 14 days, pending review by the government
… Says, 963,802 vaccinated The Federal Government has asked Nigerians to continue to maintain all non-pharmaceutical measures against the COVID-19, saying the vaccines have proved largely effective against some new … Continue Reading Existing vaccines largely ineffective against new variants of COVID — FG
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Sunday offered “oil for vaccines” as his country, which is under economic sanctions affecting the oil sector in particular, faces a second wave of coronavirus. … Continue Reading Venezuela’s President offers ‘Oil for vaccine’ As COVID rise
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has tested positive for Covid-19, his office said Saturday, just two days after he was vaccinated against the disease. The diagnosis comes as the country … Continue Reading Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan Tests Positive For COVID-19
Israel starts to inoculate Palestinian workers more than two months after launching an immunisation blitz of its own population.
A former President of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo has disclosed that he once tested positive for the dreadful Coronavirus but was relieved 72 hours after subsequent tests came out negative. Obasanjo … Continue Reading I Once Tested Positive To COVID-19— Obasanjo Reveals
A number of facilities have come up a six-month domestic package with a special rate for day tourists and invested in Meeting, Incentives, Convention and Exhibitions (Mice) tourism
South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday said the country will start relaxing coronavirus restrictions, moving from alert level three down to level one, after a “dramatic decline” in infections. … Continue Reading COVID: South Africa set to ease restrictions after ‘dramatic decline’
“(But) suppose these variant strains do take hold, become more of a problem, are vaccine resistant, and we’re all closing schools and putting masks and locking down again in a few months, (then) it’s a lot harder to say by December, ‘We’ll be out of the woods.’”
662 fresh cases of COVID19 were recorded in Nigeria on Friday, February 19. According to the Nigeria Center for Disease Control NCDC, Lagos recorded 167 while the FCT recorded 116 … Continue Reading 662 new cases of COVID-19 report in Nigeria
Republican Rep. Ron Wright of Texas has died at the age of 67, weeks after contracting COVID-19. The lawmaker took office in 2019 and announced he tested positive for COVID-19 on January 21. Wright … Continue Reading Republican lawmaker, Ron Wright dies from Coronavirus
A makeshift hospital in Malawi has opened as hospitals are overwhelmed by the influx of coronavirus patients. In Malawi’s second-largest city Blantyre health workers are under pressure and having to … Continue Reading Malawi’s Health Sectors Under Severe Pressure As Covid Cases Spike
Peter Obi, former governor of Anambra state, says Nigeria needs only about N150 billion to procure COVID-19 vaccines. Osagie Ehanire, minister of health, said in December 2020 that the federal … Continue Reading Peter Obi vows to procure vaccines for N150bn, says N400bn budgeted by FG is too much