Enugu’s three latest cases of Covid-19 are Nigerians who wilfully broke national lockdown rules to sneak into the State, officials say.
Covid19 infections in Nigeria has now risen to 3,912, with the 386 new cases announced yesterday 8 May 2020 by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC)
Enugu State Government announced today that it is empowering 30,000 youths to produce personal protective equipment (PPE) against Covid-19.
A meeting of religious leaders with Enugu State Governor yesterday agreed on modalities to reopen churches and mosques for public worship
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On 4 May 2020, Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) reported 245 new cases of Covid-19, a total of 17 discharged persons and six deaths
Enugu Police impose 8.00 p.m to 6.00 a.m. curfew in a bid to stop travellers importing Covid-19 disease or promoting community transmission in the State.
Enug State quickly replaces commissioner of health following the demise of Prof. Ugochukwu who died last week.
The Catholic Bishop of Enugu, Dr. Callistus Onaga, has suspended the celebration of masses and other large gathering church activities in the Diocese until further notice.