Live Covid-19
United States 104,537,372
Cases: 104,537,372
Deaths: 1,136,960
Recovered: 101,731,168
Active: 1,669,244
India 44,683,639
Cases: 44,683,639
Deaths: 530,746
Recovered: 44,151,108
Active: 1,785
France 39,548,117
Cases: 39,548,117
Deaths: 164,469
Recovered: 39,302,812
Active: 80,836
Germany 37,861,703
Cases: 37,861,703
Deaths: 166,399
Recovered: 37,485,600
Active: 209,704
Brazil 36,887,991
Cases: 36,887,991
Deaths: 697,533
Recovered: 36,009,893
Active: 180,565
Japan 32,846,656
Cases: 32,846,656
Deaths: 69,962
Recovered: 21,613,902
Active: 11,162,792
South Korea 30,297,315
Cases: 30,297,315
Deaths: 33,646
Recovered: 29,949,281
Active: 314,388
Italy 25,488,166
Cases: 25,488,166
Deaths: 187,272
Recovered: 25,072,909
Active: 227,985
United Kingdom 24,293,752
Cases: 24,293,752
Deaths: 204,898
Recovered: 24,042,686
Active: 46,168
Russia 22,022,832
Cases: 22,022,832
Deaths: 395,406
Recovered: 21,401,443
Active: 225,983
Turkey 17,042,722
Cases: 17,042,722
Deaths: 101,492
Active: 16,941,230
Spain 13,740,531
Cases: 13,740,531
Deaths: 118,712
Recovered: 13,569,497
Active: 52,322
Vietnam 11,526,610
Cases: 11,526,610
Deaths: 43,186
Recovered: 10,614,598
Active: 868,826
Australia 11,312,904
Cases: 11,312,904
Deaths: 18,828
Recovered: 11,260,631
Active: 33,445
Argentina 10,040,329
Cases: 10,040,329
Deaths: 130,437
Recovered: 9,894,889
Active: 15,003
Taiwan 9,733,094
Cases: 9,733,094
Deaths: 16,849
Recovered: 9,267,684
Active: 448,561
Netherlands 8,583,669
Cases: 8,583,669
Deaths: 22,989
Recovered: 8,552,255
Active: 8,425
Iran 7,565,144
Cases: 7,565,144
Deaths: 144,771
Recovered: 7,337,996
Active: 82,377
Mexico 7,390,230
Cases: 7,390,230
Deaths: 332,479
Recovered: 6,631,244
Active: 426,507
Indonesia 6,731,959
Cases: 6,731,959
Deaths: 160,852
Recovered: 6,566,912
Active: 4,195
Poland 6,385,880
Cases: 6,385,880
Deaths: 118,762
Recovered: 5,335,940
Active: 931,178
Colombia 6,357,200
Cases: 6,357,200
Deaths: 142,544
Recovered: 6,181,431
Active: 33,225
Austria 5,812,712
Cases: 5,812,712
Deaths: 21,768
Recovered: 5,752,040
Active: 38,904
Greece 5,723,715
Cases: 5,723,715
Deaths: 35,822
Recovered: 5,672,479
Active: 15,414
Portugal 5,564,925
Cases: 5,564,925
Deaths: 26,052
Recovered: 5,535,075
Active: 3,798
Ukraine 5,373,104
Cases: 5,373,104
Deaths: 111,063
Recovered: 5,255,969
Active: 6,072
Chile 5,130,204
Cases: 5,130,204
Deaths: 63,914
Recovered: 5,062,941
Active: 3,349
Malaysia 5,038,354
Cases: 5,038,354
Deaths: 36,946
Recovered: 4,991,426
Active: 9,982
Israel 4,789,494
Cases: 4,789,494
Deaths: 12,222
Recovered: 4,772,164
Active: 5,108
North Korea 4,772,813
Cases: 4,772,813
Deaths: 74
Recovered: 4,772,739
Active: 0

 Imp. Factor 1.9803

Contemporary Journal of Medicine and Health Sciences | ISSN 1694-4461‬‬‬

The Contemporary Journal of Medicine and Health Sciences (CJMHS) | ISSN 1694-4461‬‬‬ is a peer-reviewed journal, that publishes monthly. It covers topics concerning several health-related areas; with a wide range of coverage extending from medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, nursing, public health, nutrition, health management and policy, and other health sciences, but not necessarily limited to these areas.


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Plagiarism is defined as the unlawful copying, theft, publishing and the representation of another author’s language, expressions and ideas as one’s own original work. Such unethical copying is highly condemned by the journal.

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  1. Using someone else’s thoughts or ideas without citing them
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  3. Adding your name to someone else’s paper
  4. Changing words but duplicating a source’s phrase structure without providing credit
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The Contemporary Journal of Medicine and Health Sciences is a peer-reviewed journal, that publishes monthly. It covers topics concerning several health-related areas; with a wide range of coverage extending from medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, nursing, public health, nutrition, health management and policy, and other health sciences, but not necessarily limited to these areas. The Journal accepts all methods of studies, be it quantitative, qualitative or mixed; each assessed on its scientific strength and how valid it is. The kinds of paper that will be put into consideration to be published by this journal include: research works, review papers, short communications, letters to the editor, perspective articles, lessons from the field, editorials, and case reports All highlighted on further below. Conference excerpts and proceedings, or special editions may also be published

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Assessment of nurses’ perceptions and adherence to five moments of hand hygiene in selected units at an African Teaching Hospital Contemporary Journal of Medicine and Health Sciences pp. 1-15FULL PDF

Anxiety and depression among cancer patients: prevalence and associated factors Contemporary Journal of Medicine and Health Sciences pp. 16-30FULL PDF

Current trends of nursing doctoral education in Europe Contemporary Journal of Medicine and Health Sciences pp. 1-20FULL PDF

The significance of HIV and non-communicable diseases in Africa Contemporary Journal of Medicine and Health Sciences pp. 21-36FULL PDF

Oral care practices of nurses on ventilated patients in Kigali Intensive Care Unit Contemporary Journal of Medicine and Health Sciences pp. 37-50FULL PDF

Body mass index and Ovarian response in an In-Vitro Fertilization Cycle Contemporary Journal of Medicine and Health Sciences pp. 1-17FULL PDF

Clinical experiences of perioperative nursing Masters students in selected South-african referral hospitals Contemporary Journal of Medicine and Health Sciences pp. 1-25FULL PDF

The weakness and strengths of sanitary inspections in improving food safety and hygiene in commercial restaurants in Rwanda Contemporary Journal of Medicine and Health Sciences pp. 1-15FULL PDF

Utilization of online bibliographic databases by medical doctors in a teaching hospital in Ghana Contemporary Journal of Medicine and Health Sciences pp. 16-32FULL PDF
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