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Since February 27, 2020, when the first index case of COVID-19 was reported in Nigeria, and that satanic, virulent virus overwhelmed our lives, Nigeria has had cause to deal with other convergent afflictions: the first in my view, is the … Read the rest
At one point, over 90% of the US population was under mandatory lockdown orders, but some states began lifting orders over the weekend allowing some Americans to return to hair salons and tattoo parlours.
Georgia, Oklahoma, Alaska and South Carolina … Read the rest
18 commercial sex workers have been arrested by the Ondo State Task Force on COVID-19 for violating the curfew imposed by the state government.
Governor Rotimi Akeredolu had announced a dusk to dawn curfew as part of efforts to limit … Read the rest
The Anambra State Governor, Willie Obiano, on Monday justified why he relaxed the lockdown imposed on the state for 28 days to contain the spread of coronavirus.
He said he relaxed the restriction to avoid likely social unrest and hunger … Read the rest
Many Nigerians face hunger amid lockdown
By Farooq Kperogi
SHOULD Nigeria lock down and risk mass deaths from hunger and, worse, the cruelly fatal irony of security operatives killing people in the bid to save them from themselves? (The National Human Rights Commission said security … Read the rest
Healthcare workers wheel the body of deceased person from the Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in Brooklyn, April 2. REUTERS/Brendan Mcdermid
By Nick Triggle
Each day, news of more deaths is a huge source of alarm to people across the country – as well as a tragedy for the families involved.
Projections of how bad the outbreak could get have … Read the rest
By Blessing Attah
Being single in this coronavirus lockdown may be a blessing in disguise.
There have been a lot of talks about married people being lucky this period of lockdown because they would have someone to spend quality … Read the rest