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Premium Times:
Nigeria had recorded over 250 deaths from coronavirus by the end of the week, but the federal government says more deaths have been recorded in hospitals from fear of the virus
Naija Loaded:
Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State has disclosed that the State has recorded another thirty (30) new cases of coronavirus. The thirty cases according to him were recorded on 28,...
Nigeria Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has issued a 14-day ultimatum to the federal government to implement all the agreements entered into with the association or risk an indefinite strike action.
Lagos Television:
The Spanish top-flight football season will restart on June 11 with the derby between Sevilla and Real Betis, La Liga confirmed on Sunday. The first round of games following the coronavirus shutdown will be played over four days, with leaders Barcelona ...
Inside Business Online:
British manufacturers saw another sharp downturn in May but the pace of the slump eased off from April’s record fall as the coronavirus shutdown brought much of the economy to a halt, a survey confirmed on Monday. May’s final IHS MarkitCIPS ...
Champion Newspapers:
Many students and teachers in Jerusalem entered into isolation on Sunday as the coronavirus spread around the city. According to Jerusalem Post, the spike represents a five-fold increase in the number of people diagnosed with the virus in one day.
My Celebrity & I:
As protests sparked by George Floyd’s death entered their chaotic fifth day, social media filled with images and video of police officers using batons, tear gas and rubber bullets to quell crowds⁠—but some squads joined in with Saturday protesters to ...
Aderonke Bamidele Blog:
Tiwa Savage Calls For Shutdown Of Music Industry On June 2nd
NASA astronauts entered the International Space Station on Sunday after a landmark 19-hour journey…
The Nigerian Government led by President  Muhammadu Buhari has lifted the ban on religious gathering across the country. This means that Churches and Mosques can now operate.
Anaedo Online:
The Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has issued a 14-day ultimatum to the Federal Government to immediately implement all the agreements it entered with the association or it will embark on indefinite strike action.
Reports Afrique:
Nigeria on Sunday recorded 307 new confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19), a downward spiral from 553 cases a day before.
Core TV News:
Barcelona will resume their La Liga title defence against Real Mallorca following the coronavirus shutdown. Football was suspended in Spain on 12 March but Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has said it can restart.

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