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US pulls cuts ties with WHO

President Donald Trump announced on Friday he was severing the United States’ relationship with the World Health Organization, claiming China had “total control” over the organization and pressured the body

Exxon Mobil donates ambulances, medical supplies to support Nigerian COVID-19 response

Two states and National Centre for Disease Control to receive test kits and hospital beds  Mobil Producing Nigeria, an Exxon Mobil affiliate, and operator of the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation/Mobil

EU donates COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment to drug treatment centres

Implemented through UNODC’s “Response to Drugs and Related Organised Crime” project                    L- R: Kurt Cornelis, Head of Cooperation, EU Delegation to

Madagascar COVID-19 drug: Save our nation this shame, PSN begs FG

Wants government to try local herbal drugs first                                            

Madagascar’s COVID-19 drug sent to Nigeria

NAFDAC, others to carry out analysis before testing The Republic of Madagascar has offered its herbal drug – COVID Organics (COV) – to Nigeria and other African countries  for the

Nigeria Police partners UNODC, EU to safeguard frontline officers against COVID-19

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes (UNODC), the Nigeria Police Force, and the European Union have launched new Guidelines for Policing During the COVID-19 Emergency, tailored specifically for

Asthma still poorly diagnosed and inadequately treated – Prof. Erhabor

As Nigeria joined the rest of the world to mark the 2020 World Asthma Day on Tuesday May 5, renowned Professor of Medicine and leading Consultant Chest Physicians Professor Gregory

Bauchi governor orders treatment of COVID-19 patients with chloroquine, zithromax

Bauchi State Governor Bala Mohammed has ordered the state’s task force and healthcare personnel to use chloroquine and Zithromax in treating coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patients to avoid deaths in the

Relaxing COVID-19 lockdown at communal infection stage is dangerous, NMA warns govt

Describes  Bauchi Governor’s order for use of Chloroquine and Zithromax as improper and unethical The Nigeria Medical Association (NMA), on Friday May 1, spoke against the decision of the Federal