Showing posts with label Ebola virus. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Ebola virus. Show all posts

Monday, October 6, 2014

Spanish Nurse gets infected with Ebola Virus

In what is believed to be the first infection outside of Africa, an assistant nurse at a Madrid hospital where two Ebola patients died has contracted the virus herself. According to AFP, a spokesman for the health department of the regional government of Madrid told them:

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Obasanjo hails FG, Lagos on Ebola virus containment.

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has hailed the efforts by the Federal and Lagos State governments to check the spread of the Ebola virus disease in the country.

Obasanjo said if the Federal Government had given the same prompt attention to rescuing the abducted Chibok girls, the story could have been different now.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Tony Elumelu donates ₦50million to contain Ebola virus in Nigeria

The Chairman of Heirs Holdings and former MD of UBA bank, Mr Tony Elumelu has donated N50m to aid the Federal Government's effort to retain the Ebola virus in Nigeria. Dan Nwomeh, the Special Assistant on Media to the Minister of Health Prof Onyebuchi Chukwu announced this today on social media.  The management of Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria also donated an ambulance to the Ebola Emergency Operation Centre in Lagos.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Another Liberian reportedly certified with the Ebola Virus In Lagos

According to CKN  programme, a Senior Registrar with Igbobi Orthopaedic hospital, Lagos, Dr Akindele Akintayo revealed today on a TV programme that another Liberian have already been detected with the deadly Ebola virus in Nigeria.

Dr. Akintayo said on the programme that the Liberian has been kept at the IDH in Lagos and couldn't confirm if the newest case had a connection with late Mr Sawyer or not. More with this later...

Patrick Sawyer visiting Nigeria with the deadly virus has caused the death of five people, including Dr. Ameyo Adadevoh, pictured above 

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Must Read: Three things you have not been told/read about Ebola Virus

The signs and symptoms of Ebola disease And how to prevent it.
So Sad it’s no longer news that a Liberian man named Patrick Sawyer has brought the deadly Ebola Virus into Nigeria, Guys I must tell you that we are looking at an epidemic. It was reported that atleast 30 people who had contact with the man in the hospital are now being tested, but what of other people he met on his way to the Nigeria/hospital i.e taxi driver, pilot, air hostess, hotel Attendant etc Then how many people did these people have contact with? in reality we are looking at over 3000 contacts.

EBola Virus kills Nigerian nurse as FG confirms 7 new cases

Minister of Health, Prof. Onyebuchi Chukwu, speaking today August 6th at a news conference in Abuja said a Nigerian nurse has died from the Ebola Virus. He said the nurse worked at the Lagos hospital where Liberian Patrick Sawyer was treated. He explained she died yesterday August 5th. He also revealed that five medical practitioners who interacted with Sawyer have now been confirmed to have contracted the deadly virus

"Nigeria has now recorded seven confirmed cases of Ebola Virus Disease. The first one was the index case, which is the imported case from Liberia of which the victim is now late. Yesterday, 5th August, 2014, the first known Nigerian to die of the EVD was recorded and this was one of the nurses that attended to the Liberian. The other five cases are currently being treated at the Isolation Ward in Lagos.” he said

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Ebola Virus Conspiracy

African's i just want to use this medium to reach as many as i can , and also to express my anger over this so called  Ebola virus , it's enough, the westerners have intimidated us enough and we are no longer slaves to any body, this is western conspiracy to force the black continent to review their  Same-S3x 

Monday, July 14, 2014

Lagos issues alert on Ebola virus, gives precautionary tips

The Lagos state government has issued an alert on the deadly Ebola virus currently sweeping through some West African countries. The government in a statement signed by the state's Commissioner for Health, Dr. Jide Idris, issued the alert as a precautionary measure to forestall the outbreak of the virus in the state. Countries like Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea have recorded a number of cases of the disease. The statement reads in part below;


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