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Coronavirus: VIO cautions drivers
The FCT Directorate of Roads Traffic Services (DRTS) popularly known as Vehicle Inspection Office (VIO), has told private and commercial drivers not to have more than three passengers in their cars.
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US to send evacuation flight to take citizens out of Nigeria 
The US Consulate on Friday, in a notice, titled ‘Health Alert: US Mission in Nigeria’ advised American citizens to be in Abuja and Lagos “as soon as possible” to join the arranged flights back to the US.
This is connected to the increasing outbreak of COVID-19.
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Business Day Online
US approves Abbott’s 5-minute coronavirus test device
A new coronavirus test device by Abbott Labs has been issued Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
The test, called ID NOW COVID-19, delivers positive results in as little as five minutes and negative results in 13 minutes, Abbott said.
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Coronavirus: Wike, ex-lawmaker clash over market closure
A former lawmaker representing Port Harcourt Constituency 1 in the Rivers State House of Assembly, Hon Victoria Nyeche, has berated the Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike for shutting down markets in the state without making adequate arrangements for residents.
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COVID-19: Presidency denies ‘N30,000’ palliative claim
The Presidency on Saturday debunked the report on social media that N30, 000 has been approved for each Nigerian with a Bank Verification Number, BVN, as a palliative for cushioning the effect of stay at home order to stop the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
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