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4 Sep
Head of Sales, Marketing and Vaccines, Zolon Healthcare Limited, a branch of Emzor Pharmaceutical Company, Chukwu Ekwe, has declared that Nigeria could produce vaccines
29 Jul
The rising concerns about global vaccine inequality have raised a critical question about the ability of many countries to protect their own in the case of an emergency
27 Jun
Experts have attributed the imbalance in vaccine distribution in Africa to availability of few vaccines in the market, noting that the development is responsible for limited vaccines
21 Jun
Coalition for Dialogue on Africa (CoDA) will today host medical experts, researchers and policymakers from the Africa continent to unveil its Independent Task Team (ITT) on equitable
6 May
In 2008, a study found that physical inactivity is responsible for more than five million premature deaths every year. A new study has found that you are 50 percent more likely to have higher antibodies...
4 Apr
Amidst controversies trailing the administering of Coronavirus vaccines across the countries, experts have pledged to close the global immunisation gap
5 Feb
Catholic Bishops of the Lagos Ecclesiastical Province have charged the Federal Government to distribute COVID-19 vaccines in a fair and equitable manner to ensure they reach those who need them regardless
31 Jan
South Africa has secured 20 million doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine, the health minister told a Sunday newspaper.
27 Jan
Without a doubt, there is desperation on the part of the vaccine merchants and their partisans to mainstream the usefulness of the vaccines. Emphasis has been on the DNA editing trope
2 Dec 2020
An enduring issue about the vaccine is a trust which is accentuated by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Dr. Carey Maddey. The former raises a red-flag in respect of the nucleic acid, namely, DNA and RNA vaccines.
2 Dec 2020
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has applauded Governor Abdullahi Sule for establishing in Nasarawa one of the biggest disease control centres in Africa.
26 Nov 2020
Yep! That’s the number of lives global immunization programs stopped from being prematurely cut shut by infectious diseases, between 2005 and 2010; it is the number of needless deaths that didn’t happen because of the effectiveness

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