WRITTEN BY CHIOMA EZIKE On line retail outlet Jumia has delisted 390 products belonging to 168 sellers of hand sanitisers and face masks from its platform, following a warning issued by Federal Competion and Consumer Protection Commissionl ( FCCPC) to sellers who engaged in price gouging and arbitrary increases in prices of protective and hygiene […]
Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu and his Deputy, Dr Obafemi Hamzat suited in Personal Protective Equipment to show support for health workers at the IDH during a tour of the Emergency operations and bio-security Units at the Infectious Diseases Hospital, within the Mainland Hospital Yaba
WRITTEN BY OMOLARA OMOSANYA The Lagos State Ministry of Health has confirmed its first case of COVID-19, otherwise known as CORONA virus and reported it to the Federal Ministry of Health. The case, which was confirmed on the 27th of February 2020, is the first case to be reported in Nigeria since the outbreak of […]
Special Adviser, Drainage Services, Engr. Joe Igbokwe and Permanent Secretary, Drainage Services, Engr. Lekan Shodeinde
LAGOS SHUTS DOWN 20 HEALTH FACILITIES FOR NON-COMPLIANCE
The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has appealed to passengers and other airport users to comply with all quarantine procedures at the nation’s airports due to the recent outbreak of Corona virus in china.
Annual symposium and Award ceremony organized by Health Writers Association of Nigeria, HEWAN, at Ikeja Lagos.
As part of efforts to ensure improved service delivery and client satisfaction in public health facilities, the Lagos State Ministry of Health in partnership with the Saving One Million Lives Programme for Results (SOMLPforR); a Federal Government sponsored initiative has commenced an eight-day capacity building workshop for over 1, 050 health workers in the State.
LAGOS BUDGET: Sanwo-Olu proposes the sum of one-point-one-six-eight trillion naira for year 2020… . Works and infrastructure expected to gulp 115 Billion Naira
. Education 60 percent in the budgetary allocation and 33 Billion Naira to be expended on healthcare.
The Lagos State Government has once again reiterated the need for citizens to maintain high standard of personal and environmental hygiene at all times as part of the measures to prevent the outbreak of epidemics especially the spread of gastroenteritis also known as vomiting and diarrhea which has been reported in the State.