Corona Virus Updates
Corona Virus news updates from Africa and around the world
Much like what has happened in 2020, most U.S. schools closed during the 1918 influenza pandemic.
According to Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, commercial flights to and fro Greece, Cyprus and Israel may be re-started from August 1.
AstraZeneca is developing a COVID-19 vaccine with the University of Oxford, and now, the company's CEO is suggesting that the vaccine may be able to provide protection for one year.
It is not that the men leaders are failing, it is that less women leaders are failing. This is starting an important conversation on women in leadership. A conversation, we must admit is long overdue.
New Zealand has ended its strict corona virus lockdown rules as it has not recorded any new cases for the past 17 days.
The minister of information and broadcasting in Zambia, Minister Dora Siliya announced on Saturday May 23, that she has tested positive for Coronavirus.
The Global Alliance For Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) is an alliance of the WHO, UNICEF, the World Bank, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and other organisations and governments.
Not less than 140 past and present World leaders have signed an open letter asking that the eventual COVID-19 vaccines and treatments should be made available to the world free of charge.
One month after Nigeria's implementation of lockdown in Lagos, Ogun and Abuja, President Mohammadu Buhari has ordered that the lockdown be relaxed and instead, a restriction of movement between the hours of 8pm and 6am be put in place, starting on May 2nd.
Seyi Makinde, the Oyo state governor in the South Western part of Nigeria has just tested positive for the Corona Virus.