Luckdown: Thousands Of Pregnant Students To Write NECO In Abuja, Northerno States


Lckdown: Thousands Of Pregnant Students To Write NECO In Abuja, Northerno StatesSATURDAY SPECIALBy JUWE OLUWAFEMI ‘… ABUJA – When 15-year-old Suweba Haruna in Shetiko, along the popular Kuje prison road got pregnant, while preparing for her West African Examination Council (WAEC) papers, little did she know what was to be her plight.Like the average teenageContinue reading “Luckdown: Thousands Of Pregnant Students To Write NECO In Abuja, Northerno States”

COVID-19: Groundbreaking global collaboration.


The Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT-Accelerator), is a new, groundbreaking global collaboration to accelerate the development, production, and equitable access to COVID-19 diagnostics, therapeutics, and vaccines.We need equitable global access to tests, treatments and vaccines to end COVID-19 fairly, effectively and efficiently.Because if one of us is at risk, we are all at risk.We areContinue reading “COVID-19: Groundbreaking global collaboration.”

We asked 14 children what they are looking forward to about going back to school.Today, nine months since the COVID-19 outbreak started, 872 million students – half the world’s student population – in 51 countries are still unable to head back to their classrooms.To protect children’s futures, schools must reopen with all possible safety measures in place.


COVID-19: How to take care of yourself during stressful times


How to take care of yourself during stressful timesThe coronavirus (COVID-19) has made the world pretty different right now. If you’re feeling overwhelmed or stressed by it all, be assured that this is a normal response. But it does mean that you need to make sure you look after your mental health.Here are some tipsContinue reading “COVID-19: How to take care of yourself during stressful times”

Before the world had ever heard of COVID-19, some 14,000 young children around the world were already dying every day – mostly from preventable and treatable causes.


There were no trending stories. No breaking headlines. No climbing death toll on the nightly news. But before the world had ever heard of COVID-19, some 14,000 young children around the world were already dying every day – mostly from preventable and treatable causes. Now, the pandemic is disrupting children’s health care and threatening toContinue reading “Before the world had ever heard of COVID-19, some 14,000 young children around the world were already dying every day – mostly from preventable and treatable causes.”

Comedy: COVID-19 in Church.


COVID-19 IN CHURCHA man went to Church on Sunday and gave testimony that he was infected with CORONAVIRUS and that miraculously God had healed him. When he finished, he tried to give the microphone to the second manwho was waiting to give his own testimony, but the man refused to take it.Second man: I haveContinue reading “Comedy: COVID-19 in Church.”

COVID-19: WHO says 220m vaccine doses to be tested in Africa.


The World Health Organisation (WHO) declared that 220 million COVID-19 vaccine doses will be tested on the African population. The distribution will be based on nation inhabitant numbers and front-line health workers and the most vulnerable being given first-batch priority, as confirmed by WHO Africa programme manager Richard Mihigo. Dr Richard Mihigo, WHO Africa immunisationContinue reading “COVID-19: WHO says 220m vaccine doses to be tested in Africa.”

COVID-19


One of the main ways that COVID-19 spreads is through respiratory droplets that people expel when they talk, sing, cough or sneeze. While research is ongoing, we now know that the virus can be spread by people not showing symptoms, meaning some people can be contagious and not even realize it.That is one of theContinue reading “COVID-19”

Coronavirus


We are ready for an immense new challenge: to lead the global supply of COVID-19 vaccines and help end the worst stage of this pandemic. UNICEF is already the world’s largest single buyer of vaccines for other diseases like measles and polio, procuring more than 2 billion doses on behalf of nearly 100 countries everyContinue reading “Coronavirus”

Coronavirus


UNICEF is set to lead the global supply of COVID-19 vaccines in what may be the world’s largest and fastest ever operation of its kind. With several vaccine candidates currently showing promise, we’re preparing to procure doses for 92 countries which will be supported by the international community, along with 80 wealthier countries that willContinue reading “Coronavirus”

School reopening


The Federal Government says state governments and school administrators should start making preparations for the full reopening of schools in the country.The PUNCH had earlier reported that schools in the country had been shut in March as part of measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus disease.However, the Federal Government announced the resumption ofContinue reading “School reopening”

WHO published guidance for clinicians and health care decision-makers on the use of corticosteroids in patients with COVID-19.


WHO updates clinical care guidance with corticosteroid recommendations2 September 2020Subscribe to newsletter → Want to read more? On 2 September, WHO published guidance for clinicians and health care decision-makers on the use of corticosteroids in patients with COVID-19.We recommend systemic corticosteroids for the treatment of patients with severe and critical COVID-19. We suggest not toContinue reading “WHO published guidance for clinicians and health care decision-makers on the use of corticosteroids in patients with COVID-19.”

PRAYER AGAINTS THE SPREAD OF COVID-19


PRAYER AGAINTS THE SPREAD OF COVID-19God our FatherWe come to you in our needTo ask your protection againts the COVID-19That has claimed livesAnd has affected many.We pray for your graceFor the people tasked with studying the nature and causeOf this virus and its diseaseAnd of stemming the tide of its transmission.Guide the hands and mindsContinue reading “PRAYER AGAINTS THE SPREAD OF COVID-19”

‘What will a return to school during the COVID-19 pandemic look like?’


What parents need to know about school reopening in the age of coronavirus. Life during the COVID-19 pandemic is difficult for parents and children alike. The return to school is an important and hopefully welcome step, but you and your children likely have many questions. Here’s the latest information on what to expect and howContinue reading “‘What will a return to school during the COVID-19 pandemic look like?’”

Many teachers across the world are preparing for students’ return


Many teachers across the world are preparing for students’ return, and UNICEF is working to make sure they have what they need to do so safely. This teacher in China is disinfecting her classroom, one of many important steps to ensure a safe transition from remote learning.

These children are doing their best to learn from home, even without a computer or phone.


These children are doing their best to learn from home, even without a computer or phone.Access to a quality education should be universal. Yet school closures during COVID-19 have had the hardest impact on vulnerable children who have less access to the internet and learning materials.As schools reopen, UNICEF is calling on governments to doubleContinue reading “These children are doing their best to learn from home, even without a computer or phone.”

COVID-19 and Masks: Tips for families.


What to know about masks and how to introduce them to your family. Masks help stop the COVID-19 virus from spreading, but that doesn’t make them easy to introduce to children, as many parents have been discovering.The practice of wearing a mask to reduce the transmission of germs has a long history in some countries.Continue reading “COVID-19 and Masks: Tips for families.”

COVID 19: Learning from home is hard


Learning from home is hard, yet for millions of children without access to the internet, television or radio, it’s even harder.At least a third of the world’s schoolchildren – 463 million children globally – were unable to access remote learning when COVID-19 shut their schools.UNICEF is calling for urgent investment to bridge the digital divide,Continue reading “COVID 19: Learning from home is hard”

COVID-19: Home caregivers guidelines.


Home caregivers for people with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 should:Ensure the ill persons rests , drinks plenty of fluids and eats nutritious food.Wear a medical mask when in the same room with an ill person. Do not touch the maskor face during use and discard it afterward.Frequently clean hands with soap and water or alcohol-basedContinue reading “COVID-19: Home caregivers guidelines.”

Coronavirus: School closure


UNICEF:More than 1.57 billion children have been affected by COVID-19 related school closures. We don’t yet have enough evidence to measure the impact on disease transmission rates. But the risks to children’s learning, safety and wellbeing are well documented. The longer children are out of school, the greater the risk of sexual violence, child labourContinue reading “Coronavirus: School closure”

Coronavirus: The #COVID19Nigeria situation report for 19th August, 2020 has been published.The #COVID19Nigeria situation report for 19th August, 2020 has been published.


Nigeria Centre for Disease ControlThe #COVID19Nigeria situation report for 19th August, 2020 has been published.Our daily # COVID19 situation reports provide a summary of the epidemiological situation & response activities in Nigeria.Download via:https://ncdc.gov.ng/diseases/sitreps/?cat=14&name=An%20update%20of%20COVID-19%20outbreak%20in%20Nigeria

Topic:DO YOU THINK COMMITTING SUICIDE WILL END YOUR TROUBLES? – By Evengelist Ebenezer C Ogbenna


Topic:DO YOU THINK COMMITTING SUICIDE WILL END YOUR TROUBLES?Text :Revelation 12:26-“woe to the earth and the sea, because the devil has gone down to you. He is filled with fury because he knows that his time is short”-The world is cursed and full of evil because Satan the accuser of the brethren has been thrownContinue reading “Topic:DO YOU THINK COMMITTING SUICIDE WILL END YOUR TROUBLES? – By Evengelist Ebenezer C Ogbenna”

Coronavirus: Economic Forcast.


“On the 1st day of July, I was lead and I told you not to panic that there wont be new cases of corona virus by second week of July. And that corona virus would go by the end of July.Another message is that between September 2020 to September 2021 will be a period ofContinue reading “Coronavirus: Economic Forcast.”

Coronavirus: A U.S based Nigerian doctor suffers injustice.


A medical doctor, Stella Emmanuel enlightens people that coronavirus virus can be treated with hydroxychloroquine, zinc and azithromycin is given harsh treatment by Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. For her social media accounts to be deleted simple because she said that coronavirus has a cure is a gross violation of human right. The medical doctor gaveContinue reading “Coronavirus: A U.S based Nigerian doctor suffers injustice.”

CORONAVIRUS: I am bored and lonely and want to see my friends but cannot go out due to COVID 19. I wish there was a way for me to stay in contact with people.


Can you think of three reasons why this person is facing this problem and list them here. Based on the reason above, what do you think your user needs to solve this challenge? She is afraid that she may contact COVID-19 when she go out. She lives in an isolated and confined environment; inability toContinue reading “CORONAVIRUS: I am bored and lonely and want to see my friends but cannot go out due to COVID 19. I wish there was a way for me to stay in contact with people.”

Tweet from Federal Ministry of Health, NIGERIA (@Fmohnigeria)


Federal Ministry of Health, NIGERIA (@Fmohnigeria) Tweeted: #DYK COVID19 is very severe in persons who are 50 years & above, especially those living with NCDs. What precautionary measures are you doing to keep you & your loved ones safe ? #TakeResponsibility & adhere to all #COVID19 preventive measures. Watch & share this video. https://t.co/zEETgvGJwT https://twitter.com/Fmohnigeria/status/1280405248029405185?s=20

Tweet from NCDC (@NCDCgov)


NCDC (@NCDCgov) Tweeted: 575 new cases of COVID19Nigeria; Lagos-123 FCT-100 Delta-58 Edo-52 Ogun-42 Katsina-24 Bayelsa-23 Rivers-22 Borno-19 Plateau-18 Ondo-18 Oyo-17 Kwara-15 Osun-13 Enugu-9 Nasarawa-7 Abia-6 Cross River-5 Kaduna-3 Ekiti-1 29,286 confirmed 11,828 discharged 654 deaths https://t.co/lH4bOsVkM9 https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1280268839687725056?s=20

Tweet from Dr. Joe Abah (@DrJoeAbah)


Dr. Joe Abah (@DrJoeAbah) Tweeted: Lifting the ban on interstate travel should provide a lesson to the FGN about its penchant for banning all ‘ban-ables.’ There was no ban. Police just extorted N500 per checkpoint. Stop banning everything. Introduce prohibitive taxes instead and close revenue collection loopholes. https://twitter.com/DrJoeAbah/status/1277699474362687488?s=20

Coronavirus: Lifting of lockdown equal to lifting of number of audio cases of coronavirus in Nigeria.


The recent approval of ease of lockdown will lead to trimendous increase of audio figure cases of coronavirus in the country. Between lifting of lockdown and increase in figure of audio cases of coronavirus which is better?

EXITING STUDENTS EXCITED!


BREAKING NEWS: FG Lifts Interstate Travel Ban, Reopens Schools For Exiting Students https://m.scoopernews.com/detail?newsId=10684268&shareChannel=WordPress