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How Lagosians Have Been Mistaking COVID-19 For Malaria - Commissioner Reveals
Tori News  - Medical experts however say the best way to distinguish malaria from COVID-19 is to get tested.

5 days ago
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 COVID-19 disruptions may increase deaths from HIV, TB, malaria -Study The Punch:
Lara Adejoro A new modelling study has shown that disruptions to health services caused by COVID-19 could lead to an increase in HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria deaths.
Nigerian Eye:
The Lagos Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, says the state is recording cases of people treating themselves for malaria only for them to realise after testing that it is COVID-19.Medical experts however say the best way to distinguish ...
Online Nigeria:
File photo According to The PUNCH, the Lagos Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, says the state is recording cases of people treating themselves for malaria only for them to realise after testing that it is COVID-19. Medical experts however ...
1st for Credible News:
The Lagos Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, on Saturday, August 1, revealed that the state is recording cases of people treating themselves for malaria only for them to realise after testing that it is COVID-19. Abayomi further stated that ...
Abuja Reporters:
‌ Lara Adejoro The Lagos Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, says the state is recording cases of people treating themselves for malaria only for them to realise after testing that it is COVID-19. Medical experts however say the best way to ...
Naija on Point:
File picture Based on The PUNCH, the Lagos Commissioner for Well being, Prof. Akin Abayomi, says the state is recording instances of individuals treating themselves for malaria just for them to grasp after testing that it’s COVID-19. Medical ...
The New Diplomat:
SS 3 boarding students in Ogun state have been mandated to take Covid-19 and malaria tests before they could be
The Bridge News:
The Ogun State government has said that all SS3 boarding students in the state must take the tests for COVID-19 and malaria before they will be admitted into their various hostels. This was announced in a statement on Saturday by the S.A. to the ...
Ladun Liadi Blog:
As part of the protocols for school resumption, the Ogun State government has announced that COVID-19 and malaria tests will be mandatory for returning boarding students.The state had earlier fixed resumption of SS3 students for August 4, months after ...


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