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The death toll from an outbreak of Lassa fever has risen to 70. The Nigerian Academy of Science and resident doctors have called for the outbreak to be declared a national health emergency because of its severity. Lassa fever is a disease spread to humans through food or household items contaminated with rodent urine or waste.The death toll from an outbreak of Lassa fever has risen to 70. The Nigerian Academy of Science and resident doctors have called for the outbreak to be declared a national health emergency because of its severity. Lassa fever is a disease spread to humans through food or household items contaminated with rodent urine or waste.

Declare Lassa Fever Emergency in Nigeria - Experts - allAfrica.com

Authorities say number of suspected cases increased from more than 700 to 1,708 as Nigeria grapples with epidemic.Authorities say number of suspected cases increased from more than 700 to 1,708 as Nigeria grapples with epidemic.

Nigeria: Death toll from Lassa fever outbreak jumps to 70 | Nigeria News | Al Jazeera

Lassa fever illness sweeping Nigeria with more than 1,700 confirmed cases and 70 dead is causing an emergency epidemic in the West African nation.Lassa fever illness sweeping Nigeria with more than 1,700 confirmed cases and 70 dead is causing an emergency epidemic in the West African nation.

Lassa fever epidemic grips Nigeria as death toll rises to 70

Concerned about rising cases and spread of Lassa fever, the Nigerian Academy of Science has called on government to declare it a national health emergency.Concerned about rising cases and spread of Lassa fever, the Nigerian Academy of Science has called on government to declare it a national health emergency.

Lassa fever: why there's a call to declare a health emergency in Nigeria

Lassa fever: why there's a call to declare a health emergency in Nigeria

“As we take precaution for the #CoronaVirus spread, be informed there’s an outbreak of #lassafever in Nigeria 🇳🇬”

Joy Doreen BIIRA on Twitter: "As we take precaution for the #CoronaVirus spread, be informed there’s an outbreak of #lassafever in Nigeria 🇳🇬"

“This week, @WHO announced guidelines for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding during an Ebola outbreak. This is particularly timely given the new outbreak of coronavirus, COVID-19, the Lassa Fever outbreak in Nigeria and the latest outbreak of Ebola in the DRC. #ThriveThursday”

Toyin Saraki on Twitter: "This week, @WHO announced guidelines for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding during an Ebola outbreak. This is particularly timely given the new outbreak of coronavirus, COVID-19, the Lassa Fever outbreak in Nigeria and the latest outbreak of Ebola in the DRC. #ThriveThursday… https://t.co/sKvD9ph1yW"

Our Reporters The Federal Government has announced a N36m cash prize for any Nigerian that finds cure for coronavirus and Lassa fever. Coronaviru...Our Reporters The Federal Government has announced a N36m cash prize for any Nigerian that finds cure for coronavirus and Lassa fever. Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is currently ravaging C...

Nigerian who finds cure for Coronavirus, Lassa fever’ll get N36m – Punch Newspapers

Our Reporters The Federal Government has announced a N36m cash prize for any Nigerian that finds cure for coronavirus and Lassa fever. Coronaviru...Our Reporters The Federal Government has announced a N36m cash prize for any Nigerian that finds cure for coronavirus and Lassa fever. Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is currently ravaging C...

Nigerian who finds cure for Coronavirus, Lassa fever’ll get N36m – Punch Newspapers

NCDC recorded 472 cases and 70 deaths of Lassa fever as at Feb. 11, 2020, Director-General of the centre, Dr Chikwe Ihekweazu, said.NCDC recorded 472 cases and 70 deaths of Lassa fever as at Feb. 11, 2020, Director-General of the centre, Dr Chikwe Ihekweazu, said.

Lassa Fever Update: NCDC records 472 cases, 70 deaths

English News and Press Release on Nigeria about Health and Epidemic; published on 13 Feb 2020 by The ConversationEnglish News and Press Release on Nigeria about Health and Epidemic; published on 13 Feb 2020 by The Conversation

Lassa fever: Why there’s a call to declare a health emergency in Nigeria - Nigeria | ReliefWeb

Eight new deaths from Lassa fever reported in three states, says National Centre for Disease Control - Anadolu Agency Eight new deaths from Lassa fever reported in three states, says National Centre for Disease Control - Anadolu Agency

Nigeria: Death toll from Lassa fever outbreak hits 70

Nigeria Centre for Disease Control has disclosed that 472 confirmed cases of Lassa fever with 70 deaths across 92 Local Government...Nigeria Centre for Disease Control has disclosed that 472 confirmed cases of Lassa fever with 70 deaths across 92 Local Government...

Lassa fever: 472 confirmed cases, 70 deaths recorded in 26 states - NCDC

Nigeria Centre for Disease Control has disclosed that 472 confirmed cases of Lassa fever with 70 deaths across 92 Local Government...

Lassa fever: 472 confirmed cases, 70 deaths recorded in 26 states - NCDC

The Nigerian Academy of Science has called for the current outbreak of Lassa fever in Africa’s most populous nation to be declared a national health emergency because of its severity. Adejuwon Soyinka asked Doyin Odubanjo to unpack the backgroundThe Nigerian Academy of Science has called for the current outbreak of Lassa fever in Africa’s most populous nation to be declared a national health emergency because of its severity. Adejuwon Soyinka asked Doyin Odubanjo to unpack the background

Lassa fever: Why there’s a call to declare a health emergency in Nigeria