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  • WHO Deploys Dozens of Experts to South Africa to Help Slow Coronavirus Spread

    A team of experts from the World Health Organization (WHO) is in South Africa to help the country get control of its rapid rise in coronavirus cases. The WHO said in a statement that 43 experts in specialties including, epidemiology, health education, and surveillance, prevention and control will support the COVID-19 response team. The WHO’s […]

  • Africa Approaches 1 Million Coronavirus Cases

    JOHANNESBURG – The African continent is fast approaching 1 million confirmed cases of coronavirus, with South Africa alone accounting for more than half-a-million cases. World Health Organization officials say they’re sending a team of experts to South Africa in coming weeks, as the health minister warns the nation could see a “second wave.” Meanwhile, other […]

  • In Cameroon, Hundreds Trapped, Lack Access to Assistance, UN Says

    YAOUNDE, CAMEROON – The U.N. refugee agency, UNHCR, says poor roads and the threat of further Boko Haram attacks is preventing it from helping civilians in a camp for displaced people in northern Cameroon. The UNHCR says hundreds of displaced people and aid workers are trapped in the camp, which militants attacked over the weekend, […]

  • 21 people killed, injured due to torrential rains in Marib

    MARIB, 17 people have been killed and four others injured by torrential rains in various parts of Marib province, a medical source said to Saba on Monday. The medical source added that among the dead people eight children and nine elderly people drowned, except for one case as a result of a thunderstorm. The source […]

  • Botswana’s Capital Back in Lockdown After COVID-19 Cases Double

    GABORONE – Botswana has put its capital, Gaborone, back into a two-week lockdown starting Friday, closing schools and restricting movements, after confirmed local COVID-19 transmissions doubled this week. Botswana’s health minister, Dr. Lemogang Kwape, said a return to lockdown was needed after the capital saw what he called a “worrying rise” in local cases of […]

  • Cameroon Dispatches Healthcare Workers to Find, Treat Hepatitis Patients

    YAOUNDE – Healthcare workers in Cameroon are marking World Hepatitis Day (July 28), to raise awareness of the virus, which causes inflammation of the liver and kills about 300 people per day in Sub-Saharan Africa.  While global coverage of a birth dose vaccine for Hepatitis B is 43%, according to the World Health Organization, only 6% […]

  • Three dead, four injured in building collapse in Capital Sanaa

    SANAA, Three people died and four others were injured after a four-storey building collapsed in Khulan Street opposite al-Thawra Hospital Authority in the capital Sanaa. During the rescue operation, the Head of the Emergency Operations Room in the capital Sanaa, Abdul-Wahab Sharaf al-Din attributed the collapse as a result of the building was old as […]

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