Singapore extends coronavirus curbs as cases surge
Singapore on Tuesday extended restrictions to fight the coronavirus until early June, the city-state's leader said, as cases surged past 9,000 due to a growing number of infections among migrant workers.
Singapore reports record jump in coronavirus cases
Singapore reported a record daily jump of more than 1,400 coronavirus cases Monday, taking its total to over 8,000, with almost all new infections linked to dormitories housing foreign labourers.
COVID-19: ‘Southeast not benefitting from federal government’s palliatives’
Founder of Igbo Youth Movement, Elliot Ugochukwu-Uko, spoke with select journalists on the Federal Government’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country, where he alleged that the distribution of palliatives was skewed
Singapore to close workplaces, schools in virus fight
Singapore will close schools and workplaces while people are being told to stay home, as the city-state ramps up curbs to stem the spread of coronavirus, the premier said Friday.
COVID-19 and challenges of economic development
The rampaging Coronavirus otherwise called COVID-19 crept into the consciousness of the world without much fanfare. The initial response was lackadaisical as the world
Edo allays fears over COVID-19, warns trouble makers to stay away from Benin
The Coronavirus outbreak may have caused disruptions of sports schedules across the world, but the Edo State government says there is no chance it would cause the shift of the forthcoming National Sports Festival
Lack of standardisation in design hindering low-cost housing
To ensure quicker, sustainable solutions to the housing needs of Nigerians, the Federal Government in 1991 promulgated the national housing policy.
Countries ban China arrivals as virus death toll hits 213
Singapore and Mongolia slapped sweeping bans on arrivals from China on Friday and the United States told its citizens to avoid the country after a global health emergency was declared over a viral epidemic that has killed 213 people.
Bakare denies mounting pressure on Buhari to pick successor, clarifies stance
Following my State of the Nation address on Sunday, January 5, 2020, I am constrained to make some brief clarifications due to the unrecognisable reconstruction of my utterances