An amateur football team in Germany certainly doesn’t need reminding of that as it suffered a crushing 37-0 defeat on Sunday after practicing social distancing in its game against local … Continue Reading Football Team loses 37-0 after practicing social distancing during game
Italy reopened its borders to European travellers on Wednesday as the country attempts to rescue its tourism industry. However there are fears in Italy that people may be put off … Continue Reading Italy reopens borders – but will tourists travel there?
Belgium: Preschool classes will resume from Tuesday. Lessons in primary schools will be able to resume from June 8 (possibly with a “trial” day on June 5). Netherlands: Restaurants, cafés … Continue Reading European countries lifting Coronavirus restrictions this week.
Roger Federer is the world’s highest-paid athlete for 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic knocked footballer Lionel Messi off top spot, according to the annual Forbes list released on Friday. The … Continue Reading Roger Federer Tops Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo on Forbes sport’s annual rich list
first charter flight carrying Europeans to China following weeks of lockdown departed Germany’s biggest hub Frankfurt late Friday , carrying around 200 workers and their families .On arrival , “we … Continue Reading First post-lockdown flight departs Europe for China
A man convicted of drug-trafficking offences has been sentenced to death in Singapore via a Zoom video-call, the city-state’s first case where capital punishment has been delivered remotely. Rights groups … Continue Reading Man sentenced to death via zoom call in Singapore
Pope Francis inaugurated the full reopening of St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican on Monday and Catholic churches across Italy held public Masses for the first time in two months, … Continue Reading Vatican, Italy resume public church services as lockdown eases
The World Health Organization (WHO) called for clinical trials of Madagascar’s Covid Organics on Thursday, a herbal drink that is said to prevent and cure patients suffering from the novel … Continue Reading WHO calls for clinical trial of Madagascar’s virus cure
The Oyo State Government on Friday indicated that it might return the 1,800 bags of rice donated to the state by the Federal Government as COVID-19 palliative on the grounds … Continue Reading COVID-19: Oyo to return 1,800 bags of rice donated by FG
The Federal Ministry of Education has said it is looking for the author of a fake statement which said primary and secondary schools nationwide will resume by November 2020 as … Continue Reading Ministry disowns November school resumption date
Seventy-two Nigerians awaiting evacuation in Guangzhou city, Guangdong Province of China have tested positive for the coronavirus disease. The results of the tests conducted on 56 Nigerians, which were released … Continue Reading Evacuation: 72 Nigerians, 111 other Africans in China test positive
WhatsApp messaging application will extend the limit of users who can participate in a voice or video call; which is currently four people per call. The specialized portal WABetaInfo has … Continue Reading WHATSAPP TO ALLOW GROUP CALLS WITH MORE THAN 4 PARTICIPANTS
Some residents in Festac area of Lagos on Tuesday expressed displeasure over the 14-day extension of the lockdown in the state, saying one week would have been bearable, but not … Continue Reading Lagos residents express dissatisfaction with 14-day lockdown extension
A recent warning of the French President Emanuel Macron that the external borders of the Schengen Area and the Associated Member states may remain closed until September has extinguished the … Continue Reading COVID-19 Test Results and Later on Vaccination Will Be Required for Schengen Visa Application
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday left intensive care, where he had spent the three previous days for treatment against coronavirus, his Downing Street office said. “The Prime Minister … Continue Reading British Prime Minister out of Intensive care Unit
A 66-year-old citizen of the United Kingdom has died of coronavirus in Lagos State. The Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, announced this on his Twitter handle on Wednesday. He … Continue Reading 66-year-old Briton dies of coronavirus in Lagos