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Coronavirus, Haemorrhagic fevers’ control, prevention drag Health minister, others to Lagos Healthcare Magazine celebrates 34th Anniversary 

As part of measures to effectively control and prevent the scourge of hemorrhagic fevers such as Lassa and Ebola as well as keeping the China-ravaged Coronavirus at bay, Osagie Ehanire, Minister of Health and other renowned medical practitioners, both nationally and internationally, will converge on Lagos in March to discourse and proffer solutions to the deadly diseases and virus spreading across the world.

BusinessDay reports that some governors drawn from the six regions of the country will also be in attendance to speak on the clinical preparedness and measures they have been taking to prevent and control the deadly diseases and virus in their various domains in addition to different healthcare interventions being undertaken across the country.

Speaking on the conference which will be organised by Healthcare Magazine meant to celebrate 34th Anniversary of the Health and Wellness news platform, the Publisher of the Magazine and Convener of Health-related Discourse, Bola Olaosebikan, said that the conference is being organised as part of activities marking 34th Anniversary as well as to discourse issues and realities in Nigerian Health Sector.

Olaosebikan, who said that the Conference will be chaired and keynote address will be delivered by the Minister of Health, Osagie Ehanire, declared that “the essence of this Anniversary Conference and award is to promote excellence and innovations and also address the issue of medical tourism and better funding of Healthcare.

“It will also look at investment promotion in the sector and to improve the conditions of healthcare workforce across Nigeria, in addition to updating ourselves on developments across the globe on the subject matter of our concern at the Conference”



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