The countries globally are fighting the third wave of the covid-19 that has devasted the world economies. The virus has forced many countries to revert back to lockdown as one of the measure to contain the spread of the desease.
The newly president of Tanzania Suluhu Hasan says her government cannot afford to remain behind while other countries are fighting the pandemic.President says she will form a special committee that will deliberate on the proper measures to guide the country.
Unlike his predecessor, the president seems to acknowledge the fact that failure to follow the advice of World Health Organisation, will have negative impacts to the nation.The late president John Pombe Magufuli dismissed the protocols that had been issued by medics on how to contain the spread of the virus.
This has seen key personalities succumbing to the virus as reported by the local media.The president has been under pressure to publicly outline the measures her government will use or either to deny existence of covid 19 in TZ just like Magufuli did.
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