“Not a Novel,” the latest from Jenny Erpenbeck, bears the subtitle “A Memoir in Pieces,” and yet it does not include much memoir, strictly speaking. Though this author’s 2017 novel, “Go, Went, Gone,” was greeted with acclaim, for the new selection of essays her American editors preferred a shorter selection than appeared in the original […]
IMAGE: A robot operates inside a COVID-19 dedicated ward as patients undergo treatment, at in Greater Noida. The robot is capable of facilating communication between COVID-19 patients and their family member besides symptom and thermal checking. Photograph: Arun Sharma/PTI Photo
“Failure to adhere strictly to safety protocols by Nigerians, may set us back. What is happening in other countries should give Nigerians the warning of the risks of a second wave of infections,” he said.
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