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COVID-19: NAFDAC concludes laboratory analysis of Madagascar drug

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has concluded the laboratory analysis of the Madagascar drug

Covid-19: MTN and Samsung donate 500 smartphones and free data to isolation centers

The federal ministry of health in a recent tweet announced the donation of 500 units of A2 Core smartphones from Samsung Nigeria and 6...

Russia completes clinical trials of COVID-19 vaccine

Russia has become the first country to have successfully completed clinical trials of a Covid-19 vaccine in Sechenov First Moscow State Medical...

COVID-19 – Nigeria develops, launches ‘RNA SWIFT’ test kit

Federal Government of Nigeria unveiled a diagnostics test kit, RNA Swift, for the identification of SARS-CoV-2. It is the causative agent of COVID-19. UK-based...

NCDC Launches COVID-19 Online Course on Infection Prevention and Control

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has launched a course on Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) to support its fight against the Coronavirus...

Wellness Genius providing health insurance for $5 monthly

Healthcare Insurance is a major challenge in Nigeria. The Nigeria Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) after thirteen years has less than five million Nigerians as...

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Physiona launches the first digital physiotherapy services across 14 states in Nigeria

Physiona, a med-tech platform that helps individuals access to physiotherapists services has launched across 14 states in Nigeria. The physiotherapy-based service platform...

LinkedIn launches ‘Career Explorer’ tool to help job seekers amid coronavirus pandemic

LinkedIn has rolled out new tools to help job seekers to find a job amid the coronavirus pandemic. The new tools released...

Zoom rolls out end-to-end encryption feature for free and paid users

Zoom end-to-end encryption for (E2EE) is now available for free and paid users around the world. The video calling company allows users...

You can now go live on Instagram for up to 4 hours

Instagram has announced that it has extended time limits on live streams to 4 hours. The company announced three updates that will...