Nigeria excluded from 12 African countries set to receive Malaria vaccine

Malaria — a disease transmitted to humans by the bites of certain types of mosquitoes — killed 619,000 people worldwide in 2021, according to the latest WHO figures.

Nigerian-made noodles safe to eat – NAFDAC

The agency re-assured the public that it is proactive and committed to protecting the health of the public.

Buhari speaks as hospitalised Osinbajo’s surgery went successful, to be discharged next few days

Mr Osinbajo was said to be experiencing recurrent pains in his leg hence the need for the medical operation.

Osinbajo undergoes leg surgery – Spokesman

He said doctors treating the number two citizen would provide medical updates later in the day.

Katsina records first monkeypox case

According to him, Katsina has about 15 suspected cases, whose samples have been taken to Abuja, and are awaiting the results.

FCT minister recovers from COVID-19

Mr Bello, who contracted the deadly virus ending of last month, announced this on Facebook Tuesday evening, saying medical practitioners have certify him okay to resume duty.

Nigerian varsity begins clinical trial of COVID-19 drugs

Mr Yusuf said the research codenamed “Solidarity Plus” is aimed at evaluating the three drugs used in treatment of patients hospitalised of COVID-19.

Garba Shehu recovers from COVID-19

Mr Shehu was among aides of President Muhammadu Buhari said to have contracted the deadly virus last week.

At 55, Odumakin gives birth to twins six months after husband’s demise

The wife of the late Afenifere spokesman said she delivered a boy and a girl on October 27.
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