The B.1.640.2 variation, often known as ‘IHU,’ has been reported in at least 12 cases by researchers at the institute IHU Mediterranee Infection, and has been related to travel to the African country of Cameroon. Scientists have discovered a new strain of the Covid-19 producing virus in Southern France, as […]
The Federal Government, through the Ministry of Youths and Sports has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with KONGA, a composite eCommerce firm to empower the Nigerian youth through the exploration of Information Communication Technology (ICT) with a view to building their capacity towards self-reliance and employability in its continued […]
Jumia has launched mobile gaming service in partnership with Mondia which is accessible from the Jumia App and to allow consumers to complete their online payment transactions using Airtel Money, partnered Airtel Kenya. In its first phase, the gaming portal is available in five African countries including Egypt, Nigeria, Morocco, […]
1. Churches should allow 50% of worshipers ONLY at a time 2. SATURDAYS and SUNDAYS services should be kept between 1 and 2 hours. Saturday services are strictly for Churches whose main worship days fall on Saturdays. 3. Services should not exceed ONE (1) HOUR. 4. Worshipers should exit Church […]
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Trials for the coronavirus vaccine are set to begin this week thanks to a team of researchers working round the clock lead by Oxford University professor, Sarah Gilbert. She is leading the race to finding a vaccine for coronavirus. She is professor of vaccinology at Oxford. She and her team […]
The Infection Prevention and Control Unit of the NCDC, with technical assistance from eHealth Africa, has developed a COVID-19 IPC online course to ensure that Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) training, knowledge, and information is easily accessible to all who need it. This online course is available to the general […]