Rivers Records Outbreak Of Monkey Pox Disease - Leadership Newspapers

Leadership NewspapersRivers Records Outbreak Of Monkey Pox DiseaseLeadership NewspapersThe Rivers State government has confirmed the outbreak of three suspected cases of monkey pox disease in Port Harcourt, the state capital. The state commissioner for Health, Professor Princewill Chike, who announced this while briefing newsmen in Port ...and more »

Monkey pox spreads to Rivers as 3 residents suffer attack - NAIJ.COM

NAIJ.COMMonkey pox spreads to Rivers as 3 residents suffer attackNAIJ.COMThe government of Rivers has confirmed that the state has recorded three cases of the monkey pox disease, an outbreak that began in Bayelsa recently. The cases were reportedly recorded in Port Harcourt, the capital of the state. READ ALSO: Beware!and more »

Three Suspected Cases Of Monkeypox Reported In Rivers - CHANNELS TELEVISION

CHANNELS TELEVISIONThree Suspected Cases Of Monkeypox Reported In RiversCHANNELS TELEVISIONThree suspected cases of the viral disease monkeypox have been reported in Rivers State, a day after neighbouring Bayelsa State confirmed an outbreak of the disease. The Rivers State Commissioner for Health, Professor Chikere Princewill, informed ...and more »

Monkeypox: Infected Persons In Bayelsa Increase To 13 - Independent Newspapers Limited

Independent Newspapers LimitedMonkeypox: Infected Persons In Bayelsa Increase To 13Independent Newspapers LimitedThe number of persons infected by the suspected monkeypox epidemic in Bayelsa State has increased from 10 to 13, deepening palpable fear among residents that the situation could get worse in the weeks ahead. Also, the number of persons who had come ...and more »

Monkeypox: Hospital discharges infected doctor, minor - The Punch

The PunchMonkeypox: Hospital discharges infected doctor, minorThe PunchA doctor and an 11-year-old who were infected with the Monkeypox virus presently ravaging Bayelsa State have been discharged. The Chief Medical Director, Niger Delta University Teaching Hospital, Okolobiri – where 11 cases of the virus were being ...and more »

Monkeypox outbreak: Nigerians stop handshakes to prevent infection - Journalducameroun.com - English - (press release)

Monkeypox outbreak: Nigerians stop handshakes to prevent infectionJournalducameroun.com - English - (press release)The residents of Yenagoa, the Bayelsa State capital in oil-rich Niger Delta area of Nigeria have stopped handshakes and body contacts in public places in order to avoid contacting the monkeypox viral disease.Eleven persons, including a medical doctor, ...and more »

Monkeypox cases in Bayelsa now 13 - The Punch

The PunchMonkeypox cases in Bayelsa now 13The PunchThe Bayelsa State Government has inaugurated a 12-member rapid response team comprising top medical professionals to prevent the spread of the suspected monkeypox, a viral epidemic that has infected 13 persons in the state. Besides the 12 members, ...and more »

'Monkeypox' cases in Bayelsa rises to 13, patients responding to treatment- Health Commisioner - Vanguard

'Monkeypox' cases in Bayelsa rises to 13, patients responding to treatment- Health CommisionerVanguardThe number of patients reported to be receiving treatment for the communicable monkey pox, which broke out in Yenagoa, has risen from 11 to 13, newsmen report. The 13 patients, including a medical doctor and a 17-year-old boy suspected to be infected ...and more »

Health Commissioner Announces 3 Suspected Monkeypox Cases In Rivers State - The Whistler

The WhistlerHealth Commissioner Announces 3 Suspected Monkeypox Cases In Rivers StateThe WhistlerThe Rivers State Commissioner for Health, Professor Princewill Chike has announced three suspected cases of the dreaded Monkey Pox in Rivers State. Speaking with newsmen in Port Harcourt, Professor Chike said the victims who are from Rumuolumeni, ...and more »

Monkey pox: Bayelsa sets up response team - The Nation Newspaper

The Nation NewspaperMonkey pox: Bayelsa sets up response teamThe Nation NewspaperThe Bayelsa State Government on Friday set up a 12-member rapid response team consisting of top medical practitioners and public health experts following the outbreak of Monkey pox, a viral disease, in the state. The government also inaugurated other ...and more »

Monkeypox: Bayelsa residents shun hugs, handshakes - The Punch

The PunchMonkeypox: Bayelsa residents shun hugs, handshakesThe PunchResidents of Yenagoa, Bayelsa capital, are avoiding handshakes and bodily contact in public places following the outbreak of monkeypox viral diseases which has infected 13 people including a medical doctor. The development followed an advice by the ...and more »

NIGERIANS REACT TO MONKEY POX OUTBREAK,MINISTER CALLS FOR CALM. - Buzz Reporters (press release) (blog)

Buzz Reporters (press release) (blog)NIGERIANS REACT TO MONKEY POX OUTBREAK,MINISTER CALLS FOR CALM.Buzz Reporters (press release) (blog)Federal Government in person of the Minister of Health, Mr. Issac Adewole has appealed to Nigerians to remain calm amidst reports of the suspected monkeypox outbreak in Bayelsa state. Speaking to newsmen in his Abuja office on Thursday, Adewole ...and more »

Monkeypox cases rise to 13 in Bayelsa - Premium Times

Premium TimesMonkeypox cases rise to 13 in BayelsaPremium TimesThe number of patients receiving treatment for the communicable Monkeypox disease in Bayelsa State has risen from 11 to 13. The state's Commissioner of Health, Ebitimitula Etebu, disclosed this at a press conference on Friday in Yenagoa, the state capital.and more »

MONKEY POX: 11 Year Old Boy, Medical Doctor Treated, Discharged - Leadership Newspapers

Leadership NewspapersMONKEY POX: 11 Year Old Boy, Medical Doctor Treated, DischargedLeadership NewspapersAuthorities of the Niger Delta University Teaching Hospital (NDUTH) has confirmed that an Eleven Year old boy and a Medical Doctor infected by the strange disease Monkey Pox in Bayelsa state were treated and discharged after a week in the hospital.and more »

5 Fast Facts You Should Know About Monkeypox - The Nation Newspaper

The Nation Newspaper5 Fast Facts You Should Know About MonkeypoxThe Nation NewspaperIf you have been watching the news or reading online lately, you'd have heard of a disease outbreak in Bayelsa called “Monkeypox”. You might be quite familiar with a similarly named disease- chickenpox, and perhaps smallpox. “Monkeypox, however, must ...and more »

BREAKING: Three suspected cases of Monkeypox reported in Rivers State - Daily Post Nigeria

Daily Post NigeriaBREAKING: Three suspected cases of Monkeypox reported in Rivers StateDaily Post NigeriaThis is according to the Commissioner for Health in Rivers state, Professor Princewill Chike, who disclosed this to newsmen in Port Harcourt. Professor Chike said the state government is watching the victims even as they have been placed under ...and more »

MONKEY POX: Bayelsa steps up preventive measures - Nigeria Today

MONKEY POX: Bayelsa steps up preventive measuresNigeria TodayHealth officials from the Bayelsa State Ministry of Health are combing surrounding communities in Yenagoa, the state capital to locate persons already struck by the Monkey Pox virus. Investigations revealed that the decision to comb communities in the ...and more »

Monkey Pox Outbreak: Stay Away From Bushmeat – Federal Ministry Of Health - 360Nobs.com

360Nobs.comMonkey Pox Outbreak: Stay Away From Bushmeat – Federal Ministry Of Health360Nobs.comThe Federal Ministry of Health has advised Nigerians to stay away from eating bushmeat and monkeys as doing so would be at the risk of contracting the Monkey Pox disease. No fewer than 10 persons have reportedly been quarantined in Bayelsa as a result ...and more »

Monkeypox virus hits Bayelsa state: symptoms and prevention - NAIJ.COM

NAIJ.COMMonkeypox virus hits Bayelsa state: symptoms and preventionNAIJ.COMThe inhabitants of Bayelsa State are terrified. They are now battling a deadly pox virus. This epidemic is called "monkeypox". From this article, you will learn about the current epidemiological situation, symptoms, precautions, and correct behavior in ...and more »

Monkey Pox Outbreak : FG Warns Nigerians To Avoid Eating Bushmeat, Dead Animals - National Mirror

National MirrorMonkey Pox Outbreak : FG Warns Nigerians To Avoid Eating Bushmeat, Dead AnimalsNational MirrorThe Federal Ministry of Health has advised Nigerians to avoid eating monkeys, bushmeat and dead animals as doing so could open one to the risk of Monkey Pox disease. A medical doctor and no fewer than 10 persons have reportedly been quarantined in ...and more »