Head of Haematology and Blood Transfusion at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi-Araba, Prof. Sulaimon Akanmu, saysCOVID-19 can have adverse effects on children, but that the number of those infected, so far, are limited because they have adaptive immunity. Akanmu spoke in reaction to a new research which links a rare immune disease in children...
The WHO’s expert vaccine advisers on Wednesday recommended Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine for use in countries where coronavirus variants of concern are circulating. The World Health Organization gave its seal of approval on Friday to the vaccine, which has the advantages of being a single-shot jab that can be stored at regular refrigeration rather
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Nigeria’s foremost hygiene and household disinfectant brand, JIK has announced a strategic endorsement with the National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) to promote hygiene practices in Nigeria. This partnership is in line with JIK’S long-term vison to realise a world where families are safe from illness-causing germs & viruses. NANNM is a professional-cum […] Read Full Story
A member of the WHO mission to China exploring the origins of the coronavirus pandemic took a swipe Wednesday at US intelligence on the issue, after the State Department cast doubt on the transparency of their probe. President Joe Biden “has to look tough on China”, expert Peter Daszak said in a tweet as … Continue reading WHO Mission Member Says ‘Don’t Rely’ On US Virus Intelligence Health Read Full Story