A major entrance to Nkwo Nnewi Market in Nnewi, Anambra State Nigeria, where the conversations with some local food vendors on food safety and hygiene. Photo Credits: Chidindu Mmadu-Okoli

Women and young girls are challenged by violence and other gender-based inequalities due to lack of or poor water, sanitation, and hygiene facilities. Picture credits: Unsplash

“Misinformation destroys trust. When you destroy trust, you destroy the bonds that hold society together.” ― Laurence Overmire

Fake news is life-threatening. It could harm you or your loved ones. Picture Credits: Unsplash

We can’t just tell people to roll their sleeves and take the jab.

When taken, COVID-19 vaccines provide immunity against Coronavirus disease. Photo Credits: Unsplash

The fourth, is non-negotiable.

COVID-19 launched us quickly to a new normal: working from home. Photo Credits: Unsplash

Not all heroes wear capes, Some wear clean hands. So, bury the germs; wash your hands.

Preventing epidemics is not about luck. Luck has rules. Luck is a dividend of consistent and timely effort towards health security.

Says the social media user who runs away from being responsible.

“Everyone knows something you don’t.” — Bill Nye. Picture Source: Pixabay

When in doubt, always ask for help. Everyone knows something you don’t.

Chidindu Mmadu-Okoli

Biomedical Scientist. Cut-and-Dried Writer. Health Communicator. Incurable Reader. TEDx Speaker. Health Journalism Fellow @nigeriahealthwatch. Music Nerd.

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