Tanzania has finally announced its Covid-19 figure ever since last year April 29th when cases were ranging 500 cumulatively.
The country stopped announcing cases of the virus after the late John Pombe Magufuli claimed that animal and plant samples had tested for Covid-19. He later declared the pandemic over in the country arguing that prayers have helped the country to eliminate the virus.
However, ever since, the country has never revealed the cases to the public but recently, the government announced that they have the figures for the Covid-19 pandemic.
Now, the actual figures have been revealed to the public for the first time on Monday. While speaking at State House, President Samia Hassan revealed that the country has recorded 100 cases of Covid-19 in this third wave of the pandemic.
Samia who changed the virus tactics after taking office further revealed that out of these 100 patients of Covid-19, 70 of them are in critical conditions and that they are currently placed on ventilators.
Source: The Citizen TZ
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