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16 Jul
Official data published by UN agencies on Friday shows the largest sustained decline in childhood vaccination rates in approximately 30 years
24 Jun
Rekia Auwal was nine months old. Her parents were displaced from a remote village in Borno, after an attack by insurgents. Rekia died after having fever and skin rashes for days, without medical intervention.
11 Feb
The Bayelsa Commissioner for Health, Dr Pabara Newton-Igwele, has reassured persons living with HIV in the state that they can safely get the coronavirus vaccination.
7 Jan
President of the Indian Cultural Association, Sanjay Jain, yesterday, hinged aviation rebound on better adherence to travel protocols and herd immunity through vaccination.
28 Nov 2021
Tens of thousands of Austrians rallied this weekend to protest against the government's introduction of compulsory vaccination -- the first EU country to do so as the chancellor insisted on Sunday that the move would represent....
6 Oct 2021
The International Air Transport Association (IATA), yesterday, bemoaned the slow pace of vaccination and travel restrictions in Nigeria and other African countries
28 Sep 2021
The Presidential Steering Committee on COVID-19 (PSC) has said that in spite of the decline in global cases, more caution is needed rather than over-confidence.
21 Sep 2021
The Resource Centre for Human Rights & Civic Education (CHRICED) has petitioned the Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer of the National Primary Healthcare Development Agency
9 Sep 2021
The Nigeria Solidarity Support Fund (NSSF), a non-profit organisation created as a partnership between the international advocacy organisation, Global Citizen and the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority...
7 Sep 2021
The Association of Community Pharmacists of Nigeria (ACPN) has called for the training of community pharmacists on vaccination.
29 Jul 2021
Bauchi State Government has begun the vaccination of 1.5 million residents of the state against cholera.
16 Jul 2021
*Says non-specialist doctors compound cases through the wrong approach to treatment Consultant, Clinical Oncologist/ Lecturer, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Dr. Omolola Salako, has lamented that the country high rate of cancer fatality is due to the fact that patients are not presented to specialists on time for treatment.   She said 80 per…

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