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Equatorial Guinea’s Coronavirus recovery rate has increased by 44% from 9 recoveries to 13 in 5 days, after purchasing Madagascar’s Coronavirus medicine

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Equatorial Guinea’s Coronavirus recovery rate has increased by 44% from 9 recoveries to 13 in 5 days, after purchasing Madagascar’s Coronavirus medicine

The drugs for treating and prevention of coronavirus announced by Madagascar has continued to show serious effectiveness in latest report geatherd by gutsynaij.

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“Equatorial Guinea’s Coronavirus recovery rate has increased by 44% from 9 recoveries to 13 in 5 days, after purchasing Madagascar’s Coronavirus medicine.”

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Shocking photos of a woman weight loss transformation achieved under 10 weeks

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Shocking photos of a woman weight loss transformation achieved under 10 weeks

A woman has caused a stir online after sharing photos of how she lost 22 pounds under 10 weeks after going on a weight loss journey.

Before and after photos of the woman, named Val, shows that she not only lost weight, but she also became toned in such a short time.

Shocking photos of a woman weight loss transformation achieved under 10 weeks
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Increasing Sexual Abuse on Children, Watch this video

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Increasing Sexual Abuse on Children, Watch this video

The increase in number of reports on cases of abuse on all ages, is now a major concern to every member of the society.

In the video below, Rosemary Opara schools parents how they can protect their kids from sexual predators who might be very close to their kids.

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Dexamethasone: WHO tells countries to begin mass production of new COVID-19 drug

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Dexamethasone: WHO tells countries to begin mass production of new COVID-19 drug

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday called for massive increase in production of dexamethasone.

Dexamethasone is an affordable steroid, which has proven effective in reducing deaths in critically ill COVID-19 patients.

WHO chief, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, told a virtual news conference that demand is no on increase, after a British trial of the drug became public.

Over 2,000 patients were administered the drug by Oxford University researchers and it brought down deaths rate by 35 percent among the most sickly.

“Although the data are still preliminary, the recent finding that the steroid dexamethasone has life-saving potential for critically ill COVID-19 patients gave us a much-needed reason to celebrate,” Tedros said.

“The next challenge is to increase production and rapidly and equitably distribute dexamethasone worldwide, focusing on where it is needed most,” he added.

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