Policy makers and administrators gathered in Nigeria’s capital, Abuja, recently for the third African Tax Administration Forum’s 2017 International Conference to discuss the building of domestic tax regimes across Africa by strengthening value added tax, personal income tax, and company income tax.
A breakdown of cases by state for 3rd June 2020 in Nigeria.Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).Media filesDownload logo
New cases: 11 Total confirmed cases: 369 Total active cases: 314 Total recovered: 51 Total number of tests conducted: 5746 Total deaths: 4Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Ministry of Health and Population, Republic of Malawi.Media filesDownload logo
Download logoThe Ministry of Health informs the Nation that 421 samples for suspected cases were collected from travellers from South Africa, including 2nd confirmed case of COVID-19 from the 22nd to 28th May 2020. The samples were sent to NICD in the Republic of South Africa for testing on the 29th May 2020. Results were received on the 1st June 2020, of the 421 samples, 419 tested NEGATIVE for SARS-COV-2 while TWO (2) tested POSITIVE for SARS-COV-2. The two new cases had arrived from South
348 new cases of COVID-19: Lagos - 163 FCT - 76 Ebonyi - 23 Rivers - 21 Delta - 8 Nasarawa - 8 Niger - 8 Enugu - 6 Bauchi - 5 Edo - 5 Ekiti - 5 Ondo - 5 Gombe - 5 Benue - 4 Ogun - 2 Osun - 1 Plateau - 1 Kogi - 1 Anambra - 1 11166 cases of COVID-19 in Nigeria Discharged: 3329 Deaths: 315Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).Media filesDownload logo
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