United republic of Tanzania has been known for all the wrong reasons especially when it comes to its war against the Covid-19 pandemic. The east african country has been silent on the number of COVID-19 cases that are currently active.
As The Nation reports, Tanzania has announced 100 new cases ever since the third wave of COVID-19 was confirmed across the globe.
"Tanzania announces Covid-19 statistics for the first time in over a year, President Suluhu says 100 cases recorded since 3rd wave struck across the globe," Nation reports.
This report has left many kenyans reacting as follows:
Collins Ogolla: Hehe, 100 out of how many samples tested. Such shoddy statistics have no epidemiological value. President Suluhu should just accept the failures of the previous regime, act up, seek assistance and do the right thing once and for all.
Richards: An example of, things can change in a twinkling of an eye.
Peggy: Something isn't serious here! Tanzania isn't an island.
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