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Published 25.06.2020 08:48
In Tanzania the president has ordered that all schools should reopen.
President John Pombe Magufuli has ordered schools across the country to reopen on the 29th of June 2020. Schools were closed in March in a bid to stop the spread of Covid-19. The order to reopen comes after Magufuli declared the country to be “free of Covid-19.” The WHO has…
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Published 22.06.2020 16:19
In Tanzania the tech community has been mobilised to produce PPE.
Lillian Madeje and Zuweina Farah, organizers of an annual tech conference in Tanzania have mobilized the national tech community to come together to start producing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Thus far they have managed to supply 27 hospitals across 6 regions with 3D printed facemasks. They are now looking into…
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Published 18.06.2020 13:18
In Tanzania, Zanzibar island has reopened for tourist activities.
 All tourist activities reopened on the 6th of June 2020. They had been shut down on the 20th of March after the outbreak of Covid-19. Travelers are required to have medical health insurance and follow strict guidelines to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Authorities will also screen travelers for Covid-19…
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Published 15.05.2020 10:30
In Tanzania, Amref Health Africa organization donated hygienic items to protect people.
They include hand sanitizers, gloves, medical coats, liquid hand washing soap and water storage facilities. Through its ‘Afya Kamili Project’, the donation is part of a program on HIV prevention, care, treatment and support programmes implemented in Tanga, a port city of Tanzania and Zanzibar. Amref’s projects are focused on…
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Published 14.05.2020 16:01
In Tanzania, the government is using Ebola experience for Covid-19 training sessions.
WHO Tanzania is working with the Ministries of Health in Tanzania and Zanzibar to train health workers and improve prevention and testing. The Tanzanian government included coronavirus lessons in the training initially planned for Ebola and some isolation units are being turned into coronavirus units. Tanzania also made quarantine mandatory…
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Published 17.05.2020 20:29
In Tanzania, a street artist is raising awareness about Covid-19.
The Dar es Salaam based artist Alex Kalemera, also known as the Tanzania Joker has painted his body as the human internal organs to illustrate how Covid-19 spreads. He also shares information on preventing infection while helping fellow Tanzanians to sanitize and wash their hands.

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