COVID-19: ‘Wear Mask During Sex To Save Yourself’ – Advises Canadian Top Doctor

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COVID-19: ‘Wear Mask During Sex To Save Yourself’ – Advises Canadian Top Doctor       Canada’s chief health public officer, Theresa Tam, has advised people to consider wearing face masks and skip kissing during sex to save themselves and prevent the spread of COVID-19. In a statement on Wednesday, the country’s lead medical doctor said sex in a pandemic like COVID-19 “can be complicated,” hence the need to take preventive measures. Tam urged people to first consider “yourself alone” as the best low risk solution to sexual activity during…

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Children Aged 12 And Above Should Wear Masks, Says WHO

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Children Aged 12 And Above Should Wear Masks, Says WHO     The World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended that children aged 12 and above now use masks in the same situations as adults, as the use of face coverings helps stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The health agency made the recommendation in a COVID-19 guidance document it published via its website on Friday. It said children aged five years and under should not be required to wear masks, while children aged 6-11 should only wear masks under…

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Gov Sanwo-Olu’s CPS, Gboyega Akosile Beats COVID-19, Narrates his Experience

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Gov Sanwo-Olu’s CPS, Gboyega Akosile Beats COVID-19, Narrates his Experience     The chief press secretary to the Lagos State Governor, Gboyega Akosile on Thursday returned to work after defeating COVID-19. Gboyega who has been missing from work for weeks now shared the photos above showing him getting ready to begin work. He also shared how he felt having the virus and how his wife and driver also tested positive for the virus. His narration. ”Thank God I am back at my duty post! I returned to work yesterday, Wednesday,…

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COVID-19: ‘No Silver Bullet’ for Virus, WHO Warns, as Cases Top 18m

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COVID-19: ‘No Silver Bullet’ for Virus, WHO Warns, as Cases Top 18m     The World Health Organization (WHO) said Monday it had completed the groundwork in China to probe the origins of the new coronavirus — as it warned there might never be a “silver bullet” for COVID-19. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus urged governments and citizens to focus on known basic steps to suppress the pandemic, such as testing, contact tracing, maintaining physical distance and wearing a mask. “We all hope to have a number of effective vaccines…

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We Cannot Rule Out Airborne Transmission Of COVID-19 – NCDC DG Chikwe Ihekweazu

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We Cannot Rule Out Airborne Transmission Of COVID-19 – NCDC DG Chikwe Ihekweazu     The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) Director-General, Dr Chikwe Ihekweazu, has disclosed that there are possibilities that coronavirus (COVID-19) can be transmitted through the air. The agency boss disclosed this on Monday at the briefing of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19, attributed it to new evidence. According to him, the disease is believed to only be transmittable through droplets that emanate from the nose and the mouth and fall to the ground.…

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Recovered COVID-19 Patients May Lose Immunity Within Months – Research Shows

Nigeria Records Zero Deaths

Recovered COVID-19 Patients May Lose Immunity Within Months – Research Shows     Patients who recover from coronavirus infections may lose their immunity to reinfection within months, according to research released on Monday that experts said could have a “significant” influence on how governments manage the pandemic. In the first study of its kind, a team led by researchers from King’s College London examined the levels of antibodies in more than 90 confirmed virus patients and how they changed over time. Blood tests showed even individuals with only mild COVID-19…

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Lagos State Discharges 56 More Recovered COVID-19 Patients

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Lagos State Discharges 56 More Recovered COVID-19 Patients     Lagos State has discharged 56 more recovered COVID-19 patients from their different facilities in the state on Sunday. This is according to a statement by the Lagos State Ministry of Health which said the former COVID-19 patients were discharged after testing negative to the virus. While giving a breakdown of the discharged persons, the Ministry noted that they comprise 12 females and 44 males, including 9 foreign nationals. “The patients; 25 from Gbagada, 5 from Agidingbi, 3 from Onikan, 8…

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NAFDAC Approves Pax Herbal Remedy For COVID-19

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NAFDAC Approves Pax Herbal Remedy For COVID-19       The Director of the Pax Herbal Clinic and Research Laboratories, Ewu, Edo State, Nigeria, Rev. Fr. Anslem Adodo, OSB, has reported that NAFDAC has finally approved their Herbal remedy for the Treatment of symptoms associated with COVID-19. In an internal memo that went viral on social media, Fr Anselm Adodo said, “after a series of screening, spanning eight weeks, NAFDAC has today approved our PAXHERBAL Covid-19 herbal drug, PAXHERBAL CUGZIN, for public use. It is the first to be so…

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COVID-19 Pandemic is Getting Worse in the World – Warns WHO Boss

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COVID-19 Pandemic is Getting Worse in the World – Warns WHO Boss     World Health Organisation (WHO) director-general, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has warned that the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is “accelerating and getting worse” as lockdown measures are being relaxed in different countries around the world. He added that the coronavirus cases were increasing drastically, with almost 12million confirmed infections since the pandemic first began in China in December 2019. Speaking at the member state briefing on the COVID-19 pandemic evaluation, he said: “The virus has upended health systems…

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Nigeria’s COVID-19 Cases Exceeds 30,000

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Nigeria’s COVID-19 Cases Exceeds 30,000     Nigeria recorded 460 new cases of the novel coronavirus, making the country’s total infection exceed  30,000 on Wednesday. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) revealed this in a tweet via its official handle. According to the health agency, the number of total infections in the country now stands at 30,249; 684 persons have died as a result of the virus while 12,373 have been successfully treated and discharged. The breakdown of figures recorded according to states is as follows: Lagos-150 Rivers-49 Oyo-43…

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