“It is hard to find a way to sponsor these clinical trials because they are expensive and they have a very good chance of being successful, but some of them also have a good chance of not being strong enough you know, the trick of efficacy.
According to the 2019 National Outcome Routine Mapping of WASH services (WASHNORM), 30 percent of Nigerians lack access to basic water services and less than 10 percent have access to safely managed water services.
This means that gatherings of religious groups, weddings and the likes, have been reduced to 50 per cent attendance, while official engagements, meetings and conferences should continue to hold virtually.
The Nigeria Government on Monday said it is worried about happenings in India, Brazil and Turkey and is also considering issuing travel advisory on international flights coming from these countries in the next 48 to 72 hours.
As part of health sector recovery efforts, many high-income countries are enticing medical professionals to migrate, in attempts to plug human resource deficits created by the coronavirus outbreak. If the status quo remains unchanged, we are likely to witness a further torrential exit of doctors and other health workers from Nigeria to more developed nations where opportunities abound.