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Ebola : NCDC cautions Nigerians against non-essential travel to Uganda | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Ebola : NCDC cautions Nigerians against non-essential travel to Uganda | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on Monday cautioned Nigerians and other residents against embarking on non-essential travel to Uganda for now.

Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) Director General, Dr Ifedayo Adetifa PHOTO: Twitter The NCDC Director-General, Dr Ifedayo Adetifa, gave the caution in a statement he signed on Monday in Abuja.Uganda for now.Breaking News The seven-day boycott according to the association starts on Monday, October 31 and will end on November 6, 2022.Share on Telegram WASHINGTON DC, United States of America, 31 October 2022, /African Media Agency/- 14 African startups have secured a spot to pitch live on stage at the Africa Fintech Summit Cape Town, which takes place from November 2-4, at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC).

He stated that the warning is to enable public health authorities to determine how Ebola outbreak will be contained.The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that as at Oct.197 EFCC drivers graduate from army school He stated that the warning is to enable public health authorities to determine how the Ebola outbreak will be contained.29, 2022, the Ugandan Ministry of Health reported 128 confirmed cases and 34 deaths.The Association in a statement issued on Sunday, signed by its National Leader, Akintade Abiodun, lamented payment of illegal fees and collection of high levies from their members by government officials, which they said has increased the cost of living in Lagos.Adetifa cautioned that when travelling to Uganda became essential, travellers should avoid contact with obviously sick persons or suspected cases of Ebola.Adetifa cautioned that when travelling to Uganda became essential, travellers should avoid contact with obviously sick persons or suspected cases of Ebola.He said that the Port Health Service of the Federal Ministry of Health had scaled-up screening of passengers returning from Uganda at Points of Entry (POEs).2.

The NDCD boss said “travellers to Nigeria with recent travel history to Uganda or persons already in Nigeria but with recent travel history to or transit through Uganda within the past 21 days are to look out for symptoms.Adetifa said “Travellers to Nigeria with recent travel history to Uganda or persons already in Nigeria but with recent travel history to or transit through Uganda within the past 21 days are to look out for symptoms.In its statement obtained by SaharaReporters on Sunday, it said,"We kick against paying motor park thugs at every bus stop.“Symptoms such as fever, muscle pain, sore throat, diarrhoea, weakness, vomiting, stomach pain or unexplained bleeding or bruising should promptly call 6232 or state ministry of health hotlines for assessment and testing.“Such persons should not visit health facilities by themselves to avoid further spread through the shared transport system (public or private).“Such persons should not visit health facilities by themselves to avoid further spread through the shared transport system (public or private).“They would be visited at home by dedicated responders for assessment and transported through designated transport arrangement to designated treatment centre when required."Lagos State government should build and assign more bus stops for commercial use to avoid arrest by LASTMA for dropping off passengers at existing bus stops which are known to commuters as official bus stops.“Intending travellers to Nigeria with the above-stated symptoms before departure, should not travel to Nigeria, but call to report promptly to Port Health Authorities and/or designated health authorities in the country of departure for testing and care,” he said.“Intending travellers to Nigeria with the above-stated symptoms before departure, should not travel to Nigeria, but call to report promptly to Port Health Authorities and/or designated health authorities in the country of departure for testing and care,” he said.4.

He added that in-bound travellers to Nigeria with recent travel history to or through Uganda without symptoms on departure but unwell while on transit, should be denied contact with other people.Adetifa said such people are required to report to Port Health Service on arrival.Adetifa said such people are required to report to Port Health Service on arrival.It said,"The retired AIG also expressly said they can't get rid of bus stop extortionists because they are working for the state government, while suggesting that MC Oluomo (Musiliu Akinsanya, chairman of Lagos State Parks and Management Committee) can organize thugs to attack us and we will be blamed or credited for the violence.“Travellers with travel history to Uganda who show no symptoms on arrival should provide accurate information on the NITP platform to ensure follow-up from health workers.“If any of the earlier-mentioned symptoms develop anytime within 21 days of arrival to Nigeria, please self-isolate immediately by staying indoors.Avoid contact with others, including immediate family."The statement of threat by Hakeem Odumosu that MC Oluomo could attack our members is already happening, through Sile Sekoni (Burger) of Badagry Roundabout Motor Park Management Branch, JAFO (Oniba of Iba) of the caretaker committee, Iba branch, Seyi Bamgbose (student) of Iyana Iba caretaker committee branch who threatened to beat and kill drivers on Monday, 31st of October.6.

“Call the NCDC 24/7 toll-free line immediately on 6232 or the emergency number of the state ministry of health.” According to him, early initiation of supportive treatment has been shown to significantly improve outcomes, including reduced deaths.The director-general said that local or international travel is not recommended until the completion of the 21-day follow-up period, adding that “to prevent the spread of Ebola, the public should adhere to necessary precautionary measures.Lifu of the Federal High Court, Ikoyi against the Lagos state government and all transport agencies, stopping them from ticketing, bus stop levies, motor park levies, dues and any form of extortion from commercial drivers.“Wash your hands frequently using soap and water or use hand sanitisers when soap and water are not readily available and your hand is not visibly soiled.“Avoid physical contact with anyone who has symptoms of an infection with unknown diagnosis.(Michael Mbaluka Mutinda – Co-founder and CEO).

“Healthcare workers are advised to always adhere to standard precautions."Drivers and commuters have had a brimful of extortion and harassment from the motor park management and caretaker committee thugs popularly known as Agbero.This includes the use of Personal Protective Equipment always when handling patients, and always maintaining high index of suspicion.” In this article.

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