Tanzania could be heading to a lockdown after the Covid-19 Task Force led by Prof. Said Aboud recommended President Samia Suluhu Hassan to order for a lockdown as a result of high rates of Covid-19 infections in the country. Tanzania started taking serious health measurements against Covid-19 virus after the swearing in of Pres. Samia Suluhu.
During the reign of late President of Tanzania, John Pombe Maghufuli, the citizens disregarded Covid-19 health measurements. Pres. Suluhu was forced to establish a Covid-19 task force to recommend ways of reducing rate of infections and investigate the extent of infections.
@ntvkenya Tanzania: Kamati yapendekeza kuwepo kwa ‘lockdown’ kupunguza maambukizi ya Covid-19 https://t.co/vm1t5CcqnE https://t.co/7Pqd59tzJ1
The Covid-19 Task Force report advised the government to start vaccinating Tanzanians and ensure that citizens are given financial assistance if in any case their will be a lockdown.
The report also calls for Tanzania Government to release Covid-19 data showing number of people infected and those who have died due to the deadly virus.
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