Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan has just indicated that she intends to form a committee of experts to evaluate coronavirus pandemic in Tanzania and advise the government on what is to be done.
Suluhu addressing the nation today after she swore heads of key government institutions and permanent secretaries indicated that her country needs to have clear information about the pandemic and such that it can think of making better decisions.
"We can't isolate ourselves as if we are an island but also we won't everything brought to us. We can't continue hearing about covid-19 in other countries, yet we are blank. It is not understandable," She lamented.
Tanzania last released it covid-19 data almost a year ago. At that time, 509 people had tested positive for covid-19 with 21 fatalities. At some point late President John Pombe Magufuli had indicated that his country was free of covid-19.
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