Tanzania COVID-19 hits 632 cases amidst gov’t bans on virus discussions

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“All health officers have been prohibited from discussing COVID-19 matters unless by direct permission from statehouse.” Local Media Reports.

Health situation continues to worsen in the Republic of  Tanzanian as President Magufuli’s government bans Health workers and other officials from discussing about the virus publicly.

Tanzania’s reports on COVID-19 cases  jumps every passing minute. Last night alone, a 152 cases tested positive rising the total 632 cases of COVID-19 infections.

This has surpassed all its East African Community neighbours of Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda calling for tightening of border point movements restrictions. Media reports alledge that the country is secretly burying very many peopleare in the darkness.

Last night, its said that more than 30 were buried by the State.

Recently, Tanzanian government put a stop to the broadcast of the COVID-19 situation by the media in the country.

“All health officers have been prohibited from discussing COVID-19 matters unless by direct permission from statehouse.
Pombe Magufuli has remained tight lipped.” Local Media Reports.

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