Antimalarials Not Formally Approved, But Access Is Being Expanded – FDA

  The Food and Drug Administration says though antimalarials have not been formally approved as cure for the Coronavirus, still the agency is expanding access so that authorities could gather more data. President Trump had on Thursday said that the US is fast-tracking antimalarial drugs for use as a treatment against the new coronavirus. FDA … Continue reading Antimalarials Not Formally Approved, But Access Is Being Expanded – FDA

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Antimalarials Not Formally Approved, But Access Is Being Expanded – FDA

  The Food and Drug Administration says though antimalarials have not been formally approved as cure for the Coronavirus, still the agency is expanding access so that authorities could gather more data. President Trump had on Thursday said that the US is fast-tracking antimalarial drugs for use as a treatment against the new coronavirus. FDA … Continue reading Antimalarials Not Formally Approved, But Access Is Being Expanded – FDA

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COVID-19: With Low Test Rates, Virus Spreads In Shadows

The lack of available tests for COVID-19 means the world is effectively fighting the pandemic blind and may not know the true extent of infection for months if not years, experts said Thursday. Because COVID-19 is so infectious — roughly 2.5 times that of the common cold — but not everyone presents symptoms, the figure … Continue reading COVID-19: With Low Test Rates, Virus Spreads In Shadows

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US Urges Citizens To Avoid All International Travel, Return Home

  The United States on Thursday warned against any international travel due to the coronavirus pandemic and advised citizens to come home if possible. “In countries where commercial departure options remain available, US citizens who live in the United States should arrange for immediate return to the United States, unless they are prepared to remain … Continue reading US Urges Citizens To Avoid All International Travel, Return Home

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Five Persons Quarantined In Nasarawa Over Coronavirus

  Five persons who happen to be family members have been quarantined at the Federal Medical Centre in Keffi, Nasarawa State for showing symptoms of the Coronavirus. Speaking to Channels Television via the telephone on Thursday, the Chief Medical Director of the Hospital, Dr Adamu Yahaya said the family members arrived Keffi Local Government Area … Continue reading Five Persons Quarantined In Nasarawa Over Coronavirus

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Brazil Closes Borders, Mexico Announces First Death From Pandemic

  South America’s biggest country Brazil on Thursday announced it was closing land borders to nearly all its neighbors to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, as Mexico reported its first virus death. People in several cities in Colombia and Brazil mounted pot-banging “cacerolazo” protests from apartment balconies against the failure of their governments to … Continue reading Brazil Closes Borders, Mexico Announces First Death From Pandemic

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COVID-19: Italy Passes China’s Virus Deaths, Braces For Long Lockdown

  Italy passed a grim milestone on Thursday when it overtook China as the country with most reported deaths from the new coronavirus sweeping the planet. The world has stepped up its war to try to contain the rapid spread of COVID-19, with several countries imposing lockdowns that are keeping tens of millions of people … Continue reading COVID-19: Italy Passes China’s Virus Deaths, Braces For Long Lockdown

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I Will Be Surprised If My Opponent Heads To Supreme Court – Senator Ubah

  The Senator representing Anambra South district in the National Assembly, Senator Ifeanyi Ubah, says he will be surprised if his opponent, Mr. Obinna Uzoh of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) heads to the Supreme Court over his election victory. Ubah’s comments on Thursday follow the Appeal Court ruling which set aside a Federal Capital … Continue reading I Will Be Surprised If My Opponent Heads To Supreme Court – Senator Ubah

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CAN Declares National Prayers Over Coronavirus

  The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has directed churches in the country to observe Sunday, march the 22nd and 29th as days of prayers against the Coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria and globally. CAN President, Reverend Samson Ayokunle also advised churches to strictly follow the guidelines for combating COVID-19 in all their gatherings as they … Continue reading CAN Declares National Prayers Over Coronavirus

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Why Private Sector Must Support Government Policies – Gbajabiamila

  The Speaker of the House of Representatives Rep Femi Gbajabiamila has said that the support of the private sector is most critical for the success of policies and programmes of the Federal Government for the economic development of the country. Gbajabiamila said the seeming opposition by the private sector to some policies of government … Continue reading Why Private Sector Must Support Government Policies – Gbajabiamila

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