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Lagos cuts down cost of COVID-19 PCR test

Lagos cuts down cost of COVID-19 PCR test

PCR tests remain free of charge at approved public health laboratories and sample collection centres.
Lagos announces end of COVID-19 fourth wave

Lagos announces end of COVID-19 fourth wave

Lagos has seen a reduction in positivity rates from 29.3 percent recorded around December 21st, 2021 to 1.9 percent January 20th, 2022.
3.4% of Lagos population fully vaccinated, eight die of COVID

3.4% of Lagos population fully vaccinated, eight die of COVID

Fully vaccinated persons have reached 3.42 percent of the targeted population but many unvaccinated Lagos residents still pose a threat.
Lagos COVID-19 daily cases doubles, Nigeria records new high

Lagos COVID-19 daily cases doubles, Nigeria records new high

Growing concerns as COVID-19 cases skyrocket two days to Christmas day.
Nigeria, Lagos record worst COVID-19 report since 2020

Nigeria, Lagos record worst COVID-19 report since 2020

Lagos has experienced new explosion of COVID-19 cases few days to Christmas.
COVID-19: Lagos claims over half of Nigeria's 1,051 cases on Thursday

COVID-19: Lagos claims over half of Nigeria's 1,051 cases on Thursday

There were 599 COVID-19 cases in a single day, the new Omicron variant is reported to play a role in the fourth wave.
Lagos punishes residents, travellers defaulting COVID-19 guidelines

Lagos punishes residents, travellers defaulting COVID-19 guidelines

Ignorance is no excuse, says Lagos health commissioner.
FG releases COVID-19 booster directive

FG releases COVID-19 booster directive

Lagos residents can have extra protection from COVID-19 by getting booster jabs.
Lagos announces 4th wave of COVID-19

Lagos announces 4th wave of COVID-19

The governor faults non-adherence to COVID-19 preventive measures by Lagosians.
Vaccination cards compulsory for all events in Lagos —Sanwo-Olu

Vaccination cards compulsory for all events in Lagos —Sanwo-Olu

Lagos state government requires strict adherence to COVID-19 preventive guidelines this month.