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the toughening of measures against Covid-19

Kenya, on this first day of Ramadan, is also hit by a third wave of Covid-19, more virulent than the previous ones, forcing the government to step up action. The curfew was introduced from 8 pm to 4 pm, as well as the closure of worship and the ban on gatherings for the next two months. as reported from Nairobi, Charlotte…

Al-Shabaab recommends the use of honey in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic

NAIROBI, Kenya - As part of their propaganda campaigns, Al-Shabaab militants have now recommended the use of honey and black seeds in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, although the world is striving to improve some of the vaccines that have been approved by the World Health Organization. Somalia is one of the countries fighting to contain the virus, a move that has forced the authorities to revise some of the public restrictions as a mitigating measure to the raging pandemic. Thousands have been infected with…

dealing with the second wave of Covid-19, a workers

Within the final twenty days, the nation has registered nearly 4,000 instances of Covid-19, together with 124 deaths. Authorities final week realized a scarcity of oxygen to deal with extreme varieties of Covid-19. Many nursing members say they're working out of steam within the face of more and more tough working situations, particularly healthcare professionals who embrace nurses, midwives, paramedics…

vaccination towards Covid-19 is prolonged to

In Mauritania, ten days after the medical staff, the vaccination campaign against Covid-19 on Monday was extended to the elderly with chronic pathologies. Medical teams have been mobilized in health centers to receive vaccine candidates. as reported from Nouakchott, Salem MejbourAt the Covid Pavilion at the National Hospital of…

the 5 Benin examined detrimental for Covid-19 in

Following the controversy surrounding the unplayed match between Sierra Leone and Benin on Tuesday, March 30, the five Benin internationals who had tested positive for Covid-19 in Freetown returned to France. And everyone has tested negative by their respective clubs. Steve Mounié (Brest), Cédric Hountondji and Jodel Dossou (Clermont) could even play the weekend of April 3-4.…

Easter weekend damage by way of Covid-19 and

While the Central African Republic has 80% of Christians, this year the Easter weekend is celebrated gloomily with the Covid-19 pandemic and this new armed conflict launched in December 2020 by the rebels of the Coalition of Patriots for Change (CPC). as reported from Bangui, FLorence MoriceAt the entrance to the cathedral, mask…

How Hormuud Telcom has formed lifestyles in Somalia in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic

How Hormuud Telcom has shaped life in Somalia in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic MOGADISHU, Somalia - Probably the most reliable and efficient telecommunications company in the Federal Republic of Somalia, Hormuud Telecom, a leading privately owned telecommunications company based in Mogadishu, has played a critical role throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, which continues to wreak…

Al-Shabaab rejects COVID-19 vaccines at the grounds that they’re ‘useless and

Al-Shabaab rejects COVID-19 vaccines citing its 'ineffective and unfavorable' side effects MOGADISHU, Somalia - Somalia-based Al-Qaeda-linked Al-Shabaab militants have dismissed the AstraZeneca vaccine, which was recently developed in the fight against the coronavirus, arguing that it is "harmful" and therefore cannot be used by its members as a preventative dose. . Coronavirus has…

Covid-19: disturbing issue in Burundi

President Évariste Ndayishimiye has declared that Covid-19 is Burundi's first enemy. After a first significant decline following the measures taken, the country has faced a second wave since the beginning of 2021. The country has since launched a massive screening campaign with about 180,000 tests already done so far, and it introduces mandatory quarantine and testing for travelers, but doctors believe…

Somalia launches on-line studying program in the midst of COVID-19

Somalia has teamed up with international organizations to launch an online learning platform for primary school as the country struggles with the effects of COVID-19. The Ministry of Education said the alternative learning opportunity aims to reduce the impact of COVID-19 on education and intends to improve access to quality education for children affected by the pandemic. The online platform, launched in partnership with the EU, Global Partnership for Education (GPE) and the Save the Children Somalia program, will…

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