” The speed and ease with which COVID-19 has actually spread throughout the globe plainly shows that it is a threat to humanity. Without the complete cooperation of all countries, the risk of covid to any one part of the world is a hazard to all,” he stated.
” This contribution consists of 200 ventilators, which, as all of us know by now, are a vital component of the action method to conserve the lives of persons who have been severely affected by this viral infection,” he stated.
” The Federal Ministry of Health, and its public health Agency, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), have actually focused on providing guidance to deal with the obstacles.
The minister said life has actually not been the very same for Nigerians considering that the first COVID-19 case was recorded in February.
However, the ventilators got to Nigeria 5 months after the United States president made the pledge.
Ehanire asked the United States to provide its full weight to international efforts in discovering vaccine against COVID-19.
” Our health employees have been trained and geared up and are doing the needful to take care of COVID-19 patients and offer emergency situation care, while not forgeting routine and necessary health services.”.
” They will certainly be of great advantage to individuals of Nigeria and I wish to convey the appreciation of His Excellency Muhammadu Buhari, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and of the government of Nigeria, to President Donald Trump and the United States Government for the generous factor to consider and friendly gesture.
While receiving 200 ventilators on behalf of the federal government from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) at a ceremony in Abuja on Tuesday, Osagie Ehanire, minister of health, stated medical products are critical to conserving the lives of individuals who have actually been significantly impacted by COVID-19.
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United States President Donald Trump has actually finally fulfilled his promise to send ventilators to Nigeria.
Trump, in a telephone conversation with President Muhammadu Buhari in April, vowed to support Nigerias action to COVID-19 by sending ventilators.
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