The United Republic Of Tanzania seemed to have changed tune in their approach towards Coronavirus. Among African countries, it was the only country that declared Coronavirus to be unreal and their late President John Pombe Magufuli urged hiscountrymen not to fear the disease.
However since the passing on of Magufuli and a change in government. The virus has been put into serious considerations with the incumbent President Samia Suluhu Hassan giving directives to be followed as well along with criticism by the opposition side led by Tundu Lisu.
In order to spearhead the fight against the deadly virus, Tanzania acquired the Johnson and Johnson Vaccines from the United States Aid.
Leading by example, the president herself was the first to injected with the vaccine's injection earlier today publicly to promote public awareness.
This also comes after she had written in her Twitter Account urging the citizens to heed and be keen on the Coronavirus issue which has become a global disaster destroying the world's economy.
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