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WHO pleads with Tanzania to start reporting cases

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The World Health Organization has urged Tanzania to start reporting coronavirus cases and share its data.

Axar.az reports that Tanzania is one of the few countries in the world to not publish data on Covid-19 cases.

It last did so in May, when about 500 cases and 20 deaths were recorded. The following month, President John Magufuli declared Tanzania "coronavirus-free".

But the concern is growing about the possibility of a hidden epidemic.

Date
2021.02.21 / 23:15
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