Tanzania’s spokesman Dr. Hassan Abbas has caused a stir online after his comments on the prevalence of Covid-19 in Tanzania elicited mixed reactions. According to Dr. Hassan, those poking their noses in the affairs of Tanzania should be warned that Tanzania will not be intimidated in any way.
Summary of the speech by Hassan Abbas
Dr. Abbas told of those claiming that Tanzania is in critical condition in terms of infections and deaths that are related to Corona. He claimed that the virus cannot be hidden and that if the situation was worrying as many have been projecting, then the country could be witnessing bodies being picked every day from the streets.
He thanked the government for acting swiftly in ensuring that the country is running as normal. His sentiment comes at a time when the WHO warned of a surge in Tanzania no precautionary measures are taken to ensure that the virus is contained. President Magufuli recently ordered that citizens take measures to ensure that there are no further infections in the country.
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