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The Harvesters Church in Lagos Conducts the First Online Wedding Amid Covid-19 Lockdown

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The Harvesters Church in Lagos Conducts the First Online Wedding Amid Covid-19 Lockdown

Yinka and Demola, members of the Harversters Church in Lekki Lagos got married via Zoom amid covid-19 Lockdown.

While many chose to postpone their weddings till the COVID-19 epidemic is over, these lovebirds chose to go ahead with theirs by having it online and they had several guests join in.

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Gushing about the wedding, the groom said “I’m so happy today because I married my friend. It’s be beginning of the best times ever in our lives. I love you baby”.

The question now is; how legal is this wedding and is it acceptable before God? What is your opinion?

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UK reports another 10,476 Coronavirus cases

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June 18, 2021

Britain has reported another 10,476 Coronavirus cases in the latest 24-hour, bringing the total number of Coronavirus cases in the country to 4,610,893, according to official figures released on Friday.

The country also recorded another 11 Coronavirus-related death.

The total number of Coronavirus-related deaths in Britain now stands at 127,956.

These figures only include the deaths of people who died within 28 days of their first positive test.

Meanwhile, England’s Coronavirus reproduction number, also known as the R number, remains unchanged at between 1.2 and 1.4, according to latest estimates.

The R number represents the average number of people each person with COVID-19 goes on to infect.

According to the data, every 10 people will infect approximately between 12 and 14 others.

When the figure is above one, it indicates the outbreak is growing exponentially.

Earlier on Friday, Public Health England (PHE) said the Delta variant first identified in India now accounts for almost all of Britain’s Coronavirus cases.

British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, had on Monday announced a four-week delay to the final step of England’s roadmap out of COVID-19 restrictions until July 19, amid a surge in cases of the Delta variant.

New data published this week by Public Health England showed the AstraZeneca vaccine is 92 per cent effective against hospitalisation from the Delta variant after two doses, and the Pfizer vaccine is 96 per cent effective against hospitalisation after two doses.

More than 42.4 million people had been given the first jab of the Coronavirus vaccine while more than 30.8 million people have been fully vaccinated with a second dose, according to the latest official figures.

Experts have warned that Coronavirus may continue to evolve for years to come, and eventually it is likely, current vaccines will fail to protect against transmission, infection, or even against disease caused by newer variants.

To bring life back to normal, countries such as Britain, China, Russia, the United States as well as the European Union have been racing against time to roll out Coronavirus vaccines.

Xinhua/NAN

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COVID-19: NCDC reports 26 new infections in 5 states

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COVID-19: NCDC reports 26 new infections in 5 states

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June 6, 2021

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has reported 26 new COVID-19 infections from five states, as of June 5.

The NCDC announced the new statistics on its official website on Sunday morning.

It noted that the new cases were registered from five states, with Akwa-Ibrom, Lagos and Cross River having the highest with eight cases.

“Seven states with 0 cases reported: the FCT, Nasarawa, Plateau, Rivers, Sokoto and Taraba,” it stated.

The agency noted that 400 community recoveries from Lagos State was managed in line with its guidelines.

The public health agency stated that the new figure had raised the total confirmed infections in the country to 166,756, as of June 5.

The NCDC said that  no new death was recorded on Saturday. thus the total fatalities remains 2,117.

It noted that the country’s active case was about a thousand plus.

It added that a total  of 162,994 people have now been discharged since the disease began spreading across the country.

According to NCDC, Nigeria has tested 2,113,061 samples out of her more than 200 million people.

The agency said that a multi-sectoral national emergency operations centre (EOC), activated at Level 2, continues to coordinate the national response activities.

(NAN

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Russia will not provide free vaccination to foreign citizens – Putin

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June 4, 2021

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday that Russia would not vaccinate foreign citizens against COVID-19 for free.

“There is a practice where people from different countries, including businessmen, the chiefs of large European and other companies, intentionally come to Russia to receive a vaccine against the coronavirus.

“In this regard, I request the government to analyse until the end of the month all aspects of this issue in order to create for foreign citizens conditions for paid vaccination in our country.’’

He stressed the given requirements on safety and sanitary control of the pandemic.

Putin said this in the ongoing St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.

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