A 98 years old woman has recovered from the novel coronavirus after being treated in one of Lagos state facilities. Babajide Sanwo-Olu disclosed on Wednesday 13th May 2020 that the nonagenarian was discharged alongside 25 others patients who had previously tested positive to the deadly coronavirus in Lagos state.
The World Health Organization, WHO has cautioned that COVID-19 may never permanently go away, thereby warning against trying to predict how long the COVID-19 would keep circulating. WHO called for a "massive effort" to overcome it. During a virtual press conference from Geneva on Wednesday, May 13, emergency director for the global health body Dr Mike Ryan, made the declaration stating that even if a vaccine is found, controlling the virus will require a "massive effort".
The Republic of Madagascar after the production of a herbal drug for the cure and prevention for the novel coronavirus known as COVID Organics (COV) has offered Nigeria and other African countries. The distribution of the herbal drugs has been divided into zones due to ease in transportation through African countries, hence, Nigeria consignment has been sent to Equatorial Guinea where it will be airlifted to Abuja.
The Federal Government has raised alarm about a potential increase in the spread of COVID-19 yesterday, probably occasioned by reported flagrant disregard for its guidelines on the relaxation of the five-week lockdown of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Lagos and Ogun States, cautioning that should the situation continue it will have no choice but to shut down the country.