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WHO trial finds ‘Remdesivir’ has little effect on COVID-19

The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Friday dashed hopes that the Ebola drug ‘Remdesivir’ and three other existing medications could be useful tools against COVID-19. Trials with four drugs conducted among 11,000 patients in 30 countries “appeared to have...

COVID-19: A race even a Bolt could not win

COVID-19: A race even a Bolt could not win

By Taiwo Ajala Record breaker and fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt finally got defeated on the tracks, this time by a virus, which had stopped almost one million people in their tracks:  Bolt tested positive for Covid-19....

Facemasks can flatten COVID 19 curve, says Fagbemi

Facemasks can flatten COVID 19 curve, says Fagbemi

By Elohor Igbru As Nigeria joins the world in celebration of the World Mask Week (WMW), the Centre for Communication and Social Impact (CCSI) said it has rolled out series of activities that would create awareness and raise the...

Why Africa must lead in COVID-19 Vaccine development

Why Africa must lead in COVID-19 Vaccine development

The news that the University of Oxford has developed a coronavirus vaccine that appears safe and has triggered an immune response, is an encouraging step in our long journey toward returning to normality. It also provides the opportunity to...

Bill  Gates: How I plan to end Covid-19 pandemic

The Dangers of Covid-19

By Rev. Chris Okotie What the devil has attempted to do, is to create the pattern of communion in this situation. How? Communion involves that which is solid, and that which is liquid. The bread is solid, the wine...

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