The one-day workshop, supported by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), held Friday in Abuja,
The Nigeria Centre for Disease and Prevention Control has provided an update on the national response to the resurgent diphtheria outbreak in the country.
Director General, Nigeria Centre for Disease and Prevention Control (NCDC), Dr Ifedayo Adetifa, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Monday in Abuja, that the five-day event would be concluded on August 18, 2023.
The NCDC, which spoke via its official website, said this in its latest cholera situation epidemiological report.
During the program, fellows, with oversight from ten mentors, developed a Data Analysis and Visualization Tool for Nigeria’s District Health Information Software 2 dashboard to show linkages between adverse events following immunization (AEFI) and immunizations received to help facilitate the fast-tracking of responses to any adverse events following immunization.
The NCDC, via its official website on Monday, made this known in an update on the largely water borne disease.
The NCDC via its official website said on Tuesday that the infections were recorded from January 1, 2023 till date.
The NCDC via its official website on Tuesday said the infections were recorded in 89 Local Government Areas.
The Director General of the NCDC, Dr. Ifedayo Adetifa, said this on Friday in a statement he issued in Abuja.
Dr. Pricilla Ibekwe, Head of Special Projects and Partnerships Unit at NCDC, disclosed this on Monday in Abuja.
The Director-General, NCDC, Dr Ifedayo Adetifa, said this in an Interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Sunday in Abuja.
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control and Prevention has placed Nigerians on alert following response to reports of diphtheria cases…
NCDC disclosed this Wednesday in an update on COVID-19 genomic surveillance signed by its Director General, Dr Ifedayo Adetifa.
The Director-General, NCDC, Dr. Ifedayo Adetifa, made this known in a statement he issued on Tuesday in Abuja.
The NCDC via its latest epidemiological report said that the positive cases of the disease were reported in two states.
The NCDC via its official website announced on Sunday that the disease could be spread by close contact and exposure to an infected person’s respiratory droplets, skin lesions or bodily fluids.
The lead health agency in Nigeria made this known in detailed statistics it provided on its official website on Sunday.
The Director-General, NCDC, Dr Ifedayo Adetifa, disclosed this Tuesday in Abuja at the Ministerial bi-weekly meeting on the update of COVID-19 response and development in the country’s health sector.
Tomori, also the Chairman of Biovaccines Nigeria Ltd., made the call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Monday in Lagos.
The lead health agency revealed the latest statistics from the pandemic via its official website on Thursday.