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1.2 million IDPs receive yellow fever vaccination in Borno

Both Federal and Borno state government with support from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Educational Fund ( UNICEF ) and other partners on saturday entered the Day 6 of the 10 Day Yellow Fever Vaccination campaign to over 1.2 million IDPs In Borno.

Borno free of cholera outbreak – official

The Borno Government on Thursday declared that the state is cholera free sequel to the successful control of an outbreak of the disease.

Borno govt vaccinates 1.6m children against measles

The Borno State Government says it has inoculated 1.6 million children against measles in the past three weeks.

Borno procures N4.2 billion medical equipment

The Borno government has spent over N4.2 billion on the procurement of digital X-ray and scanning equipment to enhance quality healthcare delivery at the grassroots.

16, 000 persons living with HIV died in Borno in 3 years

The Borno chapter of the Network of Persons Living with HIV and AIDS in Nigeria (NEPWAN), says more than 16, 000 members of the organisation died in the past three years in Borno.

83,771 HIV infections recorded in Borno, Ondo in 2016/17

No fewer than 83, 771 cases of the the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infections were recorded in Ondo and Borno States between 2017 and 2017 officials of the two states have disclosed, a pointer that the virus was still very active and spreading in society despite campaigns to check it.

Cholera outbreak: 1m Borno residents to be vaccinated

About one million people are expected to receive Oral Cholera Vaccine (OCV) in the 5-day vaccination campaigns against Cholera, in Borno State.

Cholera has killed 44 in Borno – commissioner

Death toll as a result of cholera outbreak in Borno State has risen to 44, the State Commissioner of Health, Dr. Haruna Mshelia, revealed on Friday.

Resident doctors in Borno join strike amid cholera outbreak

The National Association of Resident Doctors of Nigeria (NARD) on Tuesday embarked on a nationwide indefinite strike, despite the emergencies occasioned by Boko Haram insurgency and cholera outbreak in Maiduguri.

Borno records 1 suspected Lassa fever case

Mr Haruna Mshelia, the Borno State Commissioner for Health, on Thursday said that one suspected case of Lassa fever was reported in the state.

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