The event was the first to take place since the outset of the Coronavirus pandemic and gathered the industry’s best.
The NCDC announced this Friday morning on its official website.
On what Iran called al-Quds Day, hundreds of thousands took part in the rallies in the capital Tehran, shouting anti-Israel slogans, according to state broadcaster IRIB.
The NCDC, via its verified website on Wednesday, said the additional coronavirus infections in the country had moved up to 254,777 on Tuesday.
The health agency disclosed this via its verified website Saturday morning, adding that the number of infections in the country had risen to 253,540 as at Friday, January 4.
Eighteen top-flight games have been called off for COVID-related reasons since last month amid a significant rise in cases, with only three given new dates so far.
This brings the total number of coronavirus cases in the country to 13.1 million, according to official figures.
This is the first antiviral COVID-19 pill authorised for ill people to take at home before they get sick enough to be hospitalised.
Represented by John Mairafi, a Director with the National Universities Commission (NUC), Buhari gave the charge in Oye-Ekiti, at the 5th and 6th convocation ceremony of the Federal University (FUOYE).
“At the moment, Omicron is still rare in Europe,” Richard Neher, head of the Evolution of Viruses and Bacteria research group at the University of Basel, said on Monday in an interview published on the university’s website on Monday.
Major European stock markets fell around 1.5 per cent in early trade, Tokyo’s Nikkei index closed down 1.6 per cent.
Dr. Faisal Shuaib, Executive Director, NPHCDA, disclosed this during the inauguration of mass vaccination for Nasarawa State on Friday in Lafia.
The NCDC said this in its daily COVID-19 report on Friday morning.
The Japanese Football Association (JFA) said it decided to give up hosting this year’s tournament and is now discussing the matter with FIFA, according to Kyodo News agency.
This is in adherence to the protocols of the Federation of International Football Association on Coronavirus Disease.
Data from the public health agency showed that the South South state recorded 170 new infections on Tuesday.
Thursday saw the highest number of positive cases, at 31, since the Games started officially on July 23.
The Nigeria Centre For Disease Control made this known via its verified website on Wednesday morning.
Latest data from the UN health agency showed a “substantial” uptick in the Americas and the Western Pacific, which jumped 30 per cent and 25 per cent respectively.
Out of the 69,000 new deaths, most of which were reported in the Americas and south-east Asia, according to the dataset spanning in July 19, to July 25.