CCECC has donated over one million masks and other medical supplies, as part of its CSR to help Nigeria combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
FG has disclosed that Nigerians in the diaspora have not sent any request of evacuation to the Nigerian Embassies in their countries of residence.
FG is set to commence immediate payment of conditional cash transfer to the poorest and most vulnerable households in the country.
The University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan, has restricted entry into its premises to staff only.
Nigeria has confirmed five new cases of Coronavirus infection in the country.
The Airline Operators of Nigeria has demanded that the Federal Government restrict entry into Nigeria, limiting it to Lagos and Abuja.
A few days after Ghana recorded its first coronavirus case, the Ghanaian government has restricted flights from countries with high cases of the virus.
When the deadly Ebola virus was discovered in the DRC and spread to nearby African countries, the European world took a self-protective stance.
Nigerian Minister of Health, Osagie Ehanire, said the second infected case of the Coronavirus disease in Nigeria has now tested negative.
The Nigerian government is trying to contact around 100 people who might have been exposed to the Italian man that was diagnosed with Coronavirus.