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Published 06.06.2020 17:53
In Mozambique the government has launched a free Covid-19 hotline.
The aim of the Covid-19 line is to reduce congestion at hospitals. As such, Mozambicans can now call 110 for information and assistance regarding Covid-19. The line can also be used to report those breaking quarantine rules. The switchboard is currently managed at Mavalane General Hospital in the capital city…
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Published 28.05.2020 15:13
In South Sudan, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and government have set up an emergency Covid-19 call centre.
South Sudanese can now dial the toll-free number of 6666 for Covid-19 information and to report suspected cases. The call center will work in conjunction with the Ministry of health’s rapid response team and will receive support from the UNDP, UNICEF, and WHO.
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Published 19.05.2020 17:22
In Libya, the World Food Programme WFP launches Covid-19 hotline.
The hotline is operated by an interagency call center, managed by the WFP-led Emergency Telecommunications Sector (ETS) in Tripoli. The main mandate of the line is to provide reliable and easily accessible information as well as counter the mistruths about the virus. Call center operators have also been trained to…

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