In a report seen by NTV Kenya, Covid-19 pandemic continue to hit Tanzania. This is after the country’s Covid-19 team led by Prof Said Aboud revealed that the country has already been hit by two waves already and is under high risk of being faced by the third wave.
The committee now wants the goverment, led by President Suluhu Hassan to impose lockdowns in areas reporting increasing Covid-19 cases. However, to ensure that economy isn't affected, the team suggests that, the goverment should ensure coming up with suitable measures.
The team further advices the goverment to fasten undertakings of vaccine administrations to her citizens by ensuring that citizens are made aware on the Vaccine as authorized by WHO.
The statement further suggests that all health workers and other public workers and old people with age limits of 50 years sgould be considered as frontline workers.
During the leadership of the Late President, John Pombe Magufuli, the country was considered as Covid-19 free and there were no restrictions imposed, which in turn received various criticism from the world.
President of Tanzania, Samia Suluhu Hassan inspecting a guard of honor. Photo|Twitter
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