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By Ozayr Patel, The Conversation and Wale Fatade, The Conversation

Nigeria has confirmed its first case of the novel coronavirus disease after an Italian business traveller arrived in Lagos on the 27th of February.

Doyin Odubanjo, executive secretary at The Nigerian Academy of Science and past chair, Association of Public Health Physicians of Nigeria, spoke to The Conversation Africa on tips for people to stay safe.The Conversation

A few basic steps on staying safe from the coronavirus.

Ozayr Patel, Digital Editor, The Conversation and Wale Fatade, Commissioning Editor: Nigeria, The Conversation

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article.

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Moody’s downgrades SA to junk

The action will result in South Africa's expulsion from the World Government Bond Index (WGBI), as a consequence those funds tracking this index as a benchmark will become forced sellers.

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“These people don’t have the good will and were doing something they were told not to do. Some were opening up a street bash at midnight. Some were taking bush chairs and sitting under trees to drink.
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