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12 Nov 2020
Enugu State government has commenced mass vaccination in Ette and Umuopu communities in Igbo-Eze North Council of the state, following the outbreak of yellow fever in the localities.
10 Nov 2020
The Bauchi State Primary Healthcare Development Agency (BSPHCDA) says that an outbreak of yellow fever has occurred in Ganjuwa Local Government Areas (LGA) of Bauchi State with eight deaths and eight samples testing positive.
9 Nov 2020
Nigerian health authorities on Monday said they were battling a suspected outbreak of yellow fever in two southern areas that local media said might have left dozens dead.
16 Oct 2020
The World Health Organisation (WHO) says Nigeria has resumed Yellow fever vaccination with safety measures for the COVID-19 in context.
13 Mar 2020
The Federal Government has activated the “Nigeria’s Point of Entry Policy on Prevention and Control of Cross Border Transmission of Yellow Fever’’ to prevent the transmission of the disease.
19 Jan 2020
Of the 141 suspected yellow fever cases in Jos North, Wase, Bassa, Kanam and Riyom Local Governments of Plateau State, 25 cases have been confirmed.
17 Jan 2020
The Federal Ministry of Health through the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has announced the inclusion of three new laboratories into national yellow fever/measles/rubella laboratory network.
29 Dec 2019
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has confirmed 13 cases of Yellow Fever, which has resulted in three deaths in four local government areas of Plateau State.
13 Dec 2019
As part of efforts to contain Ebola, Lassa fever, monkeypox, yellow fever and others, the Federal Government has inaugurated a national One Health Strategic Plan.
9 Nov 2019
Over 100 people, including women and children, were said to have lost their lives in Matazu, Danmusa and Kankara Councils of Katsina State, following outbreak of a strange disease, later diagnosed to be yellow fever.
31 Oct 2019
More than 150 people, including women and children, have been feared killed following the outbreak of an ailment suspected to be yellow fever in Matazu, Danmusa and Kankara council areas of Katsina State.
30 Oct 2019
There is hope for the first ever Lassa fever vaccine as Themis Bioscience and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) on Tuesday announced the first administration to healthy volunteers in a Phase 1...

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