1The Government of Eritrea’s central, two-track policy framework was anchored, from the outset, on a robust preventive strategy that encompassed the full arsenal of standard and customized tools of suppression to pre-empt, and in the case of the first outbreak, sever and abort the transmission of the pandemic.
The fabrication of information is not new. However, in recent times, so-called “fake news”, misinformation, and disinformation have become increasingly important and salient issues within societies around the world. Although broad and open to several different definitions or interpretations, collectively these terms generally refer to perceived and deliberate distortions of news and information. Continue reading A Request: More Honesty and Less Nonsense→
Ethiopia has reported 100 Coronavirus cases in a single day since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. In its daily update on new infections, the Ministry of Health announced that 100 new Coronavirus cases were identified out of the 4,950 individuals tested during the past 24 hours. Continue reading Ethiopia Reports Record Daily COVID-19 Cases→
As it will be recalled, the Government of Eritrea (GOE) issued, on April 1st this month, the “Stay-at-Home” Guidelines to supplement and bolster previous measures. The Guidelines were effective for three weeks from the 2nd until 22nd April. Rigorous enforcement measures were subsequently put in place and pursued with the requisite effectiveness. Continue reading Eritrea’s Stay-at-Home Order Extended→