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30 Mar 2018
Meningitis outbreak - Eight confirmed dead in Dungurawa community.
10 Feb 2018
Yobe government flags off vaccination exercise against meningitis.
29 Jun 2017
FG officially declares country free of meningitis.
25 Apr 2017
As the world marks world meningitis day today, The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control continues to coordinate a national emergency response to the on-going cerebrospinal meningitis outbreak which has claimed over seven hundred lives in the country.
24 Apr 2017
As the world marks world meningitis day today, The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control continues to coordinate a national emergency response to the on-going cerebrospinal meningitis outbreak which has claimed over seven-hundred lives in the country.
23 Apr 2017
Experts call for local production of vaccines to curb meningitis outbreak.
22 Apr 2017
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control says the death toll from the recent outbreak of Cerebrospinal Meningitis has risen to 745 people, while over eight thousand cases have been confirmed so far in Northern Nigeria.
13 Apr 2017
FEC meeting - FG orders procurement of 800,000 vaccines to tackle meningitis.
12 Apr 2017
Northern governors, traditional rulers and health authorities meet over meningitis.
9 Apr 2017
Focus on health - Meningitis is spread through respiratory droplets.
7 Apr 2017
Meningitis outbreak - FG orders 800,000 vaccine doses from Europe.
6 Apr 2017
Meningitis outbreak in Nigeria, not an act of God - Dr Rilwanu Mohammed

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