Tuesday, 27th September 2022
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1 day ago
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has tested positive for the coronavirus and is displaying mild symptoms after returning from a tour of the Gulf, his spokesman said Monday.
4 days ago
The number of people testing positive for Covid-19 has gone up in England and Wales for the first time in two months, official statistics showed on Friday.
14 Sep
The number of newly reported Covid-19 cases has dropped dramatically, the World Health Organization said Wednesday, urging the world to seize the opportunity to end the pandemic.
14 Sep
A recent study published, yesterday, in the journal, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, has warned that climate change could make pandemics more common, and the likelihood of an extreme infectious disease epidemic, similar to the COVID-19 pandemic, could triple in the coming decades.
13 Sep
The 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) begins today at the UN headquarters in New York, in the first in-person format since the outbreak of COVID-19..
12 Sep
It’s 1100hrs on Tuesday. The alarm goes off and Tola reaches out and dismisses the alarm. He is alone in the house as his wife and kids have all left for the day. He has piles of emails unattended to at the company he runs jointly with his brother. This is now the 8th week…
12 Sep
Despite the awareness about malaria and how easy it is to treat; malaria is still a huge concern in Nigeria. The 2021 World Malaria Report (WMR) shows that 29 countries (out of 193 countries) accounted for 96% of the global malaria cases, and Nigeria is ranked the highest. Additionally, malaria is the second leading cause…
12 Sep
By Farida Sanusi As we slowly return to normalcy, it’s a great time to stop and reflect. During the intensity of COVID-19 to the present day, I’ve had the opportunity to really focus on my wellbeing - especially my mental health by incorporating the Five Ways to Wellbeing. 1. Connect: Appointed as part of the…
10 Sep
Notwithstanding disruptions that characterise the global economy and internal troubles, President Muhammadu Buhari has said that the Nigerian scenario has continued to show resilience, maintaining an upward trajectory.
5 Sep
Following new contract variations in the construction industry, Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (NIQS) has explained reasons contractors and consultants are filling contract claims in the country.
2 Sep
Millions were stuck at home in China's Chengdu on Friday after a handful of Covid-19 cases brought the megacity to a standstill.
29 Aug
World Health Organisation (WHO) has confirmed the world hitting the “tragic milestone” of one million COVID-19 deaths in 2022 and nearly 6.45 million deaths since the virus was first detected in China late 2019.

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12 mins ago
I'm a bid to ensure the well-being of the citizenry, the National Assembly is exploring avenues aimed at strengthening the operations of security agencies in the country.
33 mins ago
North Korea and China have resumed cross-border freight train trade, Seoul said Tuesday, ending a five-month suspension linked to Covid-19.
35 mins ago
Mr Shehu Mohammed, the Zonal Commanding Officer (ZCO) Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in charge of FCT and Niger, has said 80 per cent of Road Traffic Crashes (RTCs) across the thirty-six states including the FCT are caused by human error.
54 mins ago
The Super Eagles head coach, Jose Peseiro, has expressed confidence that the Nigerian national team will emerge victorious against the Desert Foxes of Algeria when both teams clash on Tuesday in an international friendly. The Super Eagles and the Desert Foxes will rekindle their age-old rivalry on Tuesday when they clash at the Miloud Hadefi…
1 hour ago
Every one of us has attempted to lose weight at some point in our lives, and we are all aware that it is not as simple as social media would have us believe. To ensure that our bodies receive the nutrition they require, one must be mindful of the meals that they consume. Fruits are…