At last, the much-awaited COVID-19 vaccines are now in the country and President Muhammadu Buhari and other top leaders are expected to be vaccinated publicly on Saturday...
About 2.3 million Nigerians have registered on the online registration portal for COVID-19 vaccinations, Nigeria's primary healthcare agency boss said on Wednesday. "In less than 24 hours, 2.3 million Nigerians have registered to take the vaccines and the numbers keep increasing," Faisal Shuaib said during a Channels TV interview. Osindeinde Ademilayo Abodede, a healthcare worker,…
Nigerian government on Monday launched a website to register Nigerians for coronavirus vaccination. "We have provided an e-registration link to enable Nigerians register for the #COVID19Vaccine themselves, obtain their pre-vaccination numbers and schedule their preferred date and time for vaccination," National Primary Health Care Development Agency boss Faisal Shuaib said. Shuaib said the website was…
A few days ago, we were told that only three countries on the African continent have begun vaccinating its citizens. The countries are Algeria, Egypt and South Africa.
Israel took a step towards normalcy Sunday, re-opening a raft of businesses and services following its third national lockdown, with some sites only available to those who have been vaccinated.
In the last instalment, I indicated I would address non-vaccine cures for COVID-19. It is precisely the subject of this part. The point should be made abinitio that alternative cure
An Iranian cleric has claimed that the Covid-19 vaccine turns people gay. Ayatollah Abbas Tabrizian made the claims on messaging platform Telegram, where he has almost 210,000 followers, according to The Daily Mail. Tabrizian wrote on the platform: "Don't go near those who have had the COVID vaccine. They have become homosexuals." Prominent LGBTQ campaigner…
The Healthcare Federation of Nigeria (HFN) has implored the Federal Government to consider harnessing the expertise and resources within the Nigerian private sector for a successful rollout
A warning from AstraZeneca that initial supplies of its Covid vaccinations to Europe will be lower than expected has sparked new concern over the rollout of inoculations, with some countries planning for a sharp drop in deliveries.
Amid seeming politicisation and rush by the Nigerian health authorities for vaccination as a permanent panacea to the spread of the dreaded coronavirus pandemic, adequate consideration appears
The Federal Government has appealed to Nigerians not to be hesitant to take the COVID-19 vaccine when it gets to Nigeria.
7 Dec 2020
Pfizer and BioNTech will deliver the first doses of their Covid-19 vaccine to Canada this month, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Monday, with inoculations to start