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The Right and Wrong Way to Control COVID-19

There are only a couple of countries in the world that have completely protects their people from COVID-19
There are only a couple of countries in the world that completely protected their people from COVID-19 and I live in one of them, thank God.

BY THOMAS C MOUNTAIN

There are only a couple of countries in the world that have completely prevented COVID-19 from infecting their people and I live in one of them, thank God.

We don’t wear masks and our hospitals function normally. We are not afraid to meet anyone, to go anywhere and any cough we develop is no cause for alarm. Continue reading The Right and Wrong Way to Control COVID-19

Guidelines on Partial Reopening of Schools

The easing of restrictions in the Education, as well as other economic and social sectors, must be accompanied by strict implementation of, and compliance with, all relevant COVID-19 related procedures and regulations.

BY HIGH-LEVEL COVID-19 TASK FORCE

As it will be recalled, the Government of Eritrea has been implementing timely Guidelines to stem and neutralize the transmission and contagion of COVID-19 by mapping out, from the outset, a robust and integrated strategy of prevention. Continue reading Guidelines on Partial Reopening of Schools

101 New COVID-19 Cases Reported in Eritrea

(Last updated on June 18, 2020)

(18 June update) A total of 101 nationals who returned from Sudan and Ethiopia diagnosed positive for COVID-19. The total number of confirmed cases in the country to-date now risen to 141 of which 103 are active cases while 39 have recovered and released from hospital.

BY THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH

Twenty four patients (24) were diagnosed positive for COVID-19 today in tests carried out for individuals who had completed their quarantine time at Adibara Quarantine Center – Gash Barka Region, Forto Sawa Sub-zone. Continue reading 101 New COVID-19 Cases Reported in Eritrea