Nigeria records 324 new COVID-19 cases, zero death
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has announced 324 new infections of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country
Lagos threatens to sanction international travelers evading COVID-19 test
The Lagos State Government has warned incoming passengers who shun the Federal Government’s guidelines against COVID-19 to desist or face the consequences.
Postponed Tokyo Olympics to cost extra $2.4 billion
The coronavirus-delayed Tokyo Olympics will cost at least an extra $2.4 billion, organisers said Friday, with the unprecedented postponement and a raft of pandemic health measures ballooning an already outsized budget.
WHO looks at e-certificates for Covid-19 vaccination
The World Health Organization said it was considering introducing electronic vaccination certificates, as hopes for an end to the pandemic were boosted after Britain became the first country to approve use of a Covid-19 vaccine.
Premier League, EFL agree £250-million virus rescue package
The Premier League and the English Football League agreed a £250-million rescue package on Thursday, ending months of uncertainty for lower-league clubs struggling financially during the coronavirus pandemic.
Greece extends lockdown to December 14
Greece said Thursday it will extend a coronavirus lockdown by a week to December 14, citing persistently high infection rates.
Breakthroughs in cures for COVID-19
Can a combination of chemical compounds in foods such as phycobilins and resveratrol, keto diet, novel cannabis plant extracts and steam inhalation therapy prevent and cure COVID-19.....
UK first nation to roll out Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine
Britain on Wednesday became the first western country to approve a Covid-19 vaccine for general use, announcing a rollout of Pfizer-BioNTech's jab from next week in a major advance for humanity's fightback against the coronavirus.