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Coronavirus: Safety Health Measures Beyond the Surgical Mask and Hand Sanitizers

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Professor Chen Horin, CEO of the Beijing Military Hospital and a Medical Science Student, ‘Laila Ahmadi’ from Zanjan University in China has revealed some Safety Health Measure to fight this deadly Coronavirus beyond wearing the surgical mask.

It is no longer news that coronavirus is spreading faster from China to countries in Europe, the Middle East, the Americas and now Africa despite all the efforts made to quarantine it. Every other country yet to have their first record on this virus are alert and ready to apply the “Eagle Concept” in terms of disaster management.  It is quiet unfortunate that China, a world-power country was the first to experience this outbreak which has claimed thousands of lives and still counting- I guess it took them unaware!!!

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 Nigeria just had their first recorded on this virus from an Italian-Nigerian Footballer, King Paul Akpan Udoh who arrived in Lagos, Nigeria on 25th February for his trade with Pianese, an Italian Serie C side. Though he has been Quarantined, efforts are being made to track down all passengers and everyone whom he has made contact with since his return for proper quarantine measures.

However, this virus will keep on spreading if you as an individual refuse to adhere to some safety health measures that can boost your immune system to fight this virus. There is no doubt that many countries do not have any diagnostic kits or equipment. Even the surgical mask that everyone is putting on this days- the use is being abused in Nigeria; This mask is meant for those who are sick to wear in order to prevent them from spreading their health issues to anyone next to them. You wearing the mask as a semi-healthy person doesn’t stop you from contracting coronavirus and even those wearing it for one reason or the other are not wearing it properly.

 According to research conducted by Professor Chen Horin, CEO of the Beijing Military Hospital and a Medical Science Student, ‘Laila Ahmadi’ from Zanjan University in China, some safety health measure to fight this deadly virus beyond wearing the surgical mask has revealed;

  • Natural Vitamin C – To strengthen your immune system, take more Vitamin C.  It helps to fight the virus. Currently the virus has no vaccine and no specific treatment   due to the genetic mutation which makes it very dangerous. This disease appears to be caused by the fusion of the gene into a snake and a bat, and it has acquired the ability to infect mammals, including humans. 
  • Sliced Lemon in a lukewarm water – Lemon slices in a cup of lukewarm water can save your life Even if you are working, you should take a look at this message and pass it on to others! Hot lemon can kill cancer cells! The lemon cut into three parts and put in a cup, then pour hot water and turn it into (alkaline water), drinking it every day will certainly be beneficial for you. Hot lemons can release the anticancer medicine again. Hot lemon juice applied on cancerous tumors cures all cancers. Treatment with this extract destroys only malignant cells and does not affect healthy cells. 

 Secondly, the acids and carboxylic acid in lemon juice can regulate high blood pressure, protect narrow arteries, regulate blood circulation, and reduce blood clotting.

Please pass on this information to the person you love and take care of your personal health. Whoever receives this message is at least guaranteed to save someone’s life.

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Rolls Royce unveils “Bumblebee 5000” car based on 11-year-old girl’s winning entry to “Best Futuristic Concepts Competition”

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Rolls Royce unveils “Bumblebee 5000” car based on 11-year-old girl’s winning entry to best futuristic concepts competition

Rolls-Royce has unveiled what may be the future of motor transport – a car based on a bumblebee and powered by honey. 

The prestigious British car manufacturer brought to life a series of the best futuristic concepts.

This included the outlandish bee car which features wings and was designed by an 11-year-old schoolgirl identified as “Sofia”.

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More than 5,000 designs and blueprints were submitted by children across 80 countries as part of a competition during the lockdown. 

It was devised to provide a creative outlet for children aged 16 and under confined by Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.  

The firm’s design team at Goodwood, West Sussex, then used the same software they would for a real Rolls-Royce project to digitally enhance the drawings. The UK winner of the Rolls-Royce Young Designer Competition was Sofia, 11, with her Bumblebee 5000+9

The UK winner of the Rolls-Royce Young Designer Competition was Sofia, 11, with her Bumblebee 5000

The UK winner of the Young Designer Competition was 11-year-old Sofia with her Rolls-Royce Bumblebee 5000 which the CEO of Rolls Royce described as ‘quite extraordinary’. 

A delighted Sofia said: ‘The Bumblebee 5000 is the very best way to travel and to have parties in with your family and friends. 

‘Moving smoothly, it will take you wherever you want to go with style and having fun. 

‘With comfortable tables and chairs, a disco ball, the best surround sound system, WiFi, GPS, a hook for luggage and much more, it makes it the best option on the automobile market. 

‘You will never see anything else like it.’  The competition saw more than 5,000 designs and blueprints submitted by children across 80 countries during lockdown+9

The competition saw more than 5,000 designs and blueprints submitted by children across 80 countries during lockdown

CEO of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars “Torsten Müller-Ötvös” agreed, saying: ‘The entries that stood out for us were those that showed a real depth of thought, effort and expression, and incorporated lots of different details. 

‘The best didn’t just draw “the nicest car”: they created amazing experiences that showed the freedom of their imagination, not hindered by physical, real-world constraints. The winning entry is quite extraordinary.’ 

Head of Bespoke Design Gavin Hartley added: ‘We were particularly drawn to Bumblebee 5000 because it’s all about sociability, having fun, sharing good times and having the finer things in life, which is exactly what Rolls-Royce is all about. 

‘It also reflected our own interest as a company in the natural world and bees in particular.The Bluebird II was designed by Chenyang, aged 13 from China, and won the technology category+9

The Bluebird II was designed by Chenyang, aged 13 from China, and won the technology categoryThe Capsule was designed by six-year-old Saya from Japan and won the environment category+9

The Capsule was designed by six-year-old Saya from Japan and won the environment category.

Sofia’s school is to have an electric car kit installed, enabling them to participate in future Greenpower motorsport events. 

She also won a chauffeur-driven ride to school in a Rolls-Royce with her best friend. 

There were no rules or specified judging criteria to constrain entrants and children could let their imagination run free, creating designs of richness, creativity and diversity. Florian, aged 16 from France, designed the Turtle Car which can transport passengers by sea, land and air. The entry won the fantasy category+9

Florian, aged 16 from France, designed the Turtle Car which can transport passengers by sea, land and air. The entry won the fantasy category For the fun category Léna, aged 11 from Hungary, designed a colourful vehicle called Glow+9

For the fun category Léna, aged 11 from Hungary, designed a colourful vehicle called Glow

The original deadline for entries was extended after the competition proved an instant success.  

There were four other category winners in technology, environment, fantasy and fun with winners from across the world and ranging in age from six to 16. 

The technology winner was Chenyang, 13 from China, who designed the Rolls-Royce Bluebird II while the environment category was won by six-year-old Saya from Japan for the Rolls-Royce Capsule design. 

The Turtle Car by Florian, 16 from France, which can transport passengers by land, sea and air won the fantasy category and Léna, 11 from Hungary, won the fun category for the Rolls-Royce Glow. 

Three entries came highly commended, including Bolt which was designed by Declan, aged 10 from the United Kingdom. 

The other two highly commended entries were nine-year-old Tim from Germany for Prosperity and six-year-old Alisa from Russia for House of Esperanto. The Pinnacle of Intergalactic Space Travel: Ten-year-old Declan's design Bolt was highly commended by the judges+9

The Pinnacle of Intergalactic Space Travel: Ten-year-old Declan’s design Bolt was highly commended by the judgesNine-year-old Tim from Germany was also highly commended for his design Prosperity+9

Nine-year-old Tim from Germany was also highly commended for his design Prosperity Alissa, aged six from Russia, designed the House of Esperanto vehicle, which can communicate with every creature and combines house and car, was highly commended+9

Alissa, aged six from Russia, designed the House of Esperanto vehicle, which can communicate with every creature and combines house and car, was highly commended

Mr Müller-Ötvös said: ‘On behalf of myself and everyone at Rolls-Royce, I would like to thank every single Young Designer who entered the competition, and for all the thought, hard work and creativity that went into their designs. 

‘There is some amazing talent out there, and I wouldn’t be surprised if some of our entrants went on to work as car designers one day – perhaps even at Rolls-Royce.

‘The most important thing I’ve learned from this competition is that whatever our circumstances, we have the power to create amazing things, because our imagination is always free to fly. 

‘I hope the children who took part will recognise this, too, and that it will be something positive they can take from their pandemic experience.’

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FG to Reopen NYSC Camps Nationwide

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FG to Reopen NYSC Camps Across the Nigeria

The Federal Government orders the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) to prepare the reopening orientation camps nationwide.

Recall, during the peak of the outbreak of Coronavirus,Orientation camps were shut in March as part of measures to curb the spread of COVID-19.

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National Coordinator of the Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19, Dr Sani Aliyu stated that the NYSC authorities should consolidate on the safety protocols, and reopen orientation camps when the tertiary institutions open.

For the National Youth Service Corps, the NYSC is to consolidate on safety measures currently being put in place and start preparing for the reopening of orientation camps when educational institutions open.

We are in the process of developing strict guidelines to ensure there is no outbreak of Covid-19 when this process starts.

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Tertiary Institutions in Lagos State to Re-open on September 14th – Governor Sanwo-Olu

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Governor Sanwo-Olu orders the re-opening of Tertiary Institutions in Lagos state on September 14th.

The Governor revealed this on Saturday 29th August in a regular briefing on the state’s COVID-19 status.

According to him, primary and secondary schools are also tentatively scheduled to re-open from September 21th.

“This decision is not cast in stone and is subject to review of our ongoing modelling and what procedure comes out from the Ministry of Health,” Sanwo-Olu said.

The Governor explained that the decision was based on indications that the pandemic has peaked in the state, as the number of new cases continues to steadily decline.

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Sanwo-Olu reiterated that restaurants are now permitted to open for in-dining services in the state, although they must continue to ensure spaces are only filled up to 50 percent capacity at all times.

On the re-opening of event centres, bars, night clubs, beaches, cinemas, the Governor said a review will be done in September to decide whether to allow a re-opening of such public spaces.

Responding to a question on whether the Federal Government’s 10 pm curfew still holds in Lagos, Sanwo-Olu replied in the affirmative.

“These are challenging times for all of us,” he said.

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