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  • Sao Tome and Principe: COVID-19 - 871 cases; 15 deaths

    Source: https://africa.cgtn.com/2020/04/06/s...ovid-19-cases/

    Sao Tome and Principe confirms its first four COVID-19 cases
    By Jerry Omondi -
    5 hours ago

    Sao Tome and Principe has confirmed its first four COVID-19 cases, becoming the 52nd African state to report a case.

    Prime Minister Jorge Bom Jesus said the confirmation came after test results returned from Gabon...
    Last edited by kiwibird; April 24th, 2020, 06:07 AM.

  • #2
    Source: https://www.voaportugues.com/a/covid...a/5365938.html

    COVID19: Government of São Tomé and Príncipe without means of screening for the disease
    April 09, 2020

    San Tomé and Príncipe's health authorities are unable to detect suspected cases of Covid-19.

    The Minister of Health, Edgar Neves, acknowledged this Thursday, 9th, that he does not have rapid tests or laboratory and that the Government is "with enormous difficulties in aerial communication to receive tests ordered in Germany".

    The revelation comes after confirmation of the first four positive cases of Covid-19 in the country, through tests carried out in neighboring Gabon.

    On Monday, the 6th, the Prime Minister, Jorge Bom Jesus, had announced the arrival of a plane with a thousand quick tests, but the Minister of Health now says that "there is still no order arrival date".

    “We are doing everything, but the plane to put the tests to the country does not depend on us”, underlined Neves, adding that, for the time being “only tight isolation measures remain for the suspicious and positive cases”.

    It is recalled that the country has a state of emergency in force and yesterday more restrictions began to be applied, such as the suspension of connections between the two islands, the closure of restaurants, bars and cafes and specific times for the functioning of the Civil Service and the trade.

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    • #3
      https://africanarguments.org/2020/04...-where-latest/

      First hand unconfirmed account of Sao Tome and Principe having 5 cases. Dated from 6th April, 2020.

      https://africanarguments.org/2020/04...-where-latest/

      MITHIN6 APRIL, 2020 AT 23:35
      I am living in são tome e principe island , here is now 5 persons have corona.
      “The only security we have is our ability to adapt."

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      • #4
        Source: https://www.noticiasaominuto.com/mun...ome-e-principe

        Covid-19: About 1,500 rapid tests arrived in São Tomé and Príncipe
        About 1,500 tests to detect the new coronavirus arrived in São Tomé and Príncipe today, having been acquired by the Government in Germany, the Secretary of State for Social Communication, Adelino Lucas told Lusa today.
        Covid-19: About 1,500 rapid tests arrived in São Tomé and Príncipe
        Lusa
        16/04/20 21:11 ‧ 41 mins ago by Lusa


        "These tests were acquired in Germany by the Government, they ended up in South Africa, where they had been for four days, and the Government chartered a plane to bring them to São Tomé", explained Adelino Lucas.

        On Wednesday, just over a ton of various sanitary materials also arrived in the country, including protective and screening equipment for the covid-19, offered by the Chinese government.

        According to the São Paulo State Secretary of Social Communication, next Saturday a laboratory, fans and other materials, acquired to stop the spread of the new coronavirus in the archipelago, should arrive in the country.

        São Tomé and Príncipe has four positive cases of covid-19 infection, which are quarantined and followed by doctors in their homes and do not show symptoms of the disease.

        At the beginning of the week, the Government of São Tomé and Príncipe sent 82 new samples to a laboratory in Equatorial Guinea to test the disease, the results of which are expected to be known soon.

        Globally, the covid-19 pandemic has already claimed more than 141,000 deaths and infected more than 2.1 million people in 193 countries and territories. More than 465,000 patients were considered cured.

        The disease is transmitted by a new coronavirus detected in late December in Wuhan, a city in central China.

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        • #5
          Source: http://www.rfi.fr/pt/s%C3%A3o-tom%C3...os-de-covid-19

          São Tomé and Príncipe: no record of "conclusive" Covid-19 cases

          Text by: RFI | Maximino Carlos

          Of the 80 samples sent for analysis in Equatorial Guinea, 79 gave negative results and 1 inconclusive, including the 4 cases initially considered positive

          Sao Tomean Prime Minister Jorge Bom Jesus announced this Friday (17/04) that “of the 80 samples collected sent to the laboratory in Equatorial Guinea, 79 gave negative results and an inconclusive one needing repetition”.

          Jorge Bom Jesus also underlined that "the 4 cases previously confirmed at the Franceville laboratory in Gabon were repeated and are part of this batch".

          Despite these results, the government will ask the President of the Republic, Evaristo Carvalho, to extend the state of health emergency for another 15 days and continue to intensify preventive measures in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.

          São Tomé and Príncipe already has 1,500 rapid tests to Covid-19 coming from South Africa and a field hospital will be built in the internship center of the Sao Tome Football Federation, visited this Friday (17/04) by the first -minister.

          UNDP and Ministry of Youth launch job creation initiative

          Meanwhile, the United Nations Development Program - UNDP - in partnership with São Tomé and Príncipe's Youth Ministry launched this Thursday (16/04) the project “Empreende Jovem”, budgeted at US $ 1.5 million, destined to support the sector in the creation of jobs, aiming at sustainable economic growth, attending, above all, the Covid-19 pandemic.

          Part of this amount will go to initiatives, which help to contain the proliferation of the virus and the submission phase of innovative proposals and executable in the short term, through an innovation contest launched.

          With a population of around 60% under 35 years of age, young people face limited job prospects, representing 60% of the 13.6% unemployed in the archipelago, while it is estimated that 66% of the Sao Tome population lives below the poverty line.

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          • #6
            Source: https://africa21digital.com/2020/04/...-novos-testes/

            Four cases identified in São Tomé were negative in new tests

            The Sao Tome prime minister announced that the four cases that tested positive for infection with the new coronavirus, at the beginning of last week, have now had negative results in a new test, carried out in a laboratory in Equatorial Guinea.

            Digital Africa 21 with Lusa



            These four cases, which had tested positive after tests carried out in Gabon, are part of a batch of 80 samples sent by the Government of São Tomé and Príncipe to Equatorial Guinea, of which 79 have now given a negative result, with an inconclusive test and that “ needs repetition ”.

            "I inform you that the four cases previously confirmed in the Franceville laboratory [Gabon] have been repeated and are part of this batch", explained the head of Government, Jorge Bom Jesus, in a statement to the press.

            These four were, until now, the only cases identified in the country as positive.

            The Prime Minister also announced that, despite this result, his Government sent the President of the Republic, Evaristo Carvalho, “a request” for a further extension of the state of emergency for another 15 days.

            Bom Jesus justified the request with “the fact that many actions have not been completed to guarantee consistent and effective responses to a pandemic that continues to evolve in our sub-region”.

            The state of emergency ended Friday.

            The Minister of Health, Edgar Neves, said, for his part, that, having the results been negative, the four citizens leave the mandatory quarantine to which they were submitted during the last three weeks, being able to "make their life normal".

            “Even because there is no reason to keep them in quarantine, for moral and psychological reasons,” explained Edgar Neves.

            The Sao Tome prime minister underlined that "a field hospital is being set up", with a capacity for 100 beds, donated by the World Health Organization (WHO).

            The government official also mentioned that, as part of the program to prevent the spread of the covid-19 pandemic in São Tomé and Príncipe, his government bought 3,000 rapid tests, ventilators, oxygen concentrators, reserve cylinders, protective materials, consumables and medicines several, and that “are in Portugal awaiting confirmation of shipment”.

            The executive also completed the installation of an isolation center in the Autonomous Region of Príncipe.

            On the other hand, the WHO sent a specialist from Equatorial Guinea to São Tomé to set up the laboratory and the Cuban epidemiologist is expected to arrive in the capital of the country within the next few days, who “is already in Luanda” .

            Despite the results made in Equatorial Guinea being practically all negative, the Government says that it will continue with the program of “deconcentration of the population and social distance and sanitation from the center of the country's capital”.

            "The Government will continue to base its actions on the basis of responsibility, firmness, a spirit of national cohesion and safeguarding the superior interests of the people of São Tomé and Príncipe", said the minister.

            The head of the executive guarantees that “no act, behavior that violates social peace or taking advantage of the country's fragile political, social, economic and financial situation will be tolerated” ...

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            • #7
              https://africanarguments.org/2020/04...-where-latest/

              Sao Tome and Principe 7
              https://www.dispatchlive.co.za/news/...irus-coverage/
              Sao Tome and Principe. 7(+3),

              Who website states 8 confirmed cases https://covid19.who.int/region/afro/country/st
              “The only security we have is our ability to adapt."

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              • #8
                Source: http://portocanal.sapo.pt/noticia/219533/
                Covid-19: São Tomé and Príncipe records first death and two more cases
                4/30-2020 7:34 PM | World
                Porto Canal with Lusa

                São Tomé, 30 Apr 2020 (Lusa) - São Tomé and Príncipe recorded a first fatal victim due to covid-19, announced today the director general of Hospital Aires de Menezes, Pascoal d'Apresentação, registering two more cases of infection by the new coronavirus.

                "The unsuccessful patient was admitted to the hospital on the 28th, in a very serious condition, in the clinical history reveals that he had been ill for some time and went to the hospital very late," explained Pascoal d'Apresentação, during the daily bulletin on the pandemic of Covid-19.

                He is a 55-year-old citizen, residing in the city of Santana, in the district of Cantagalo, 12 kilometers south of the Sao Tome capital.

                The director of Health Care, Feliciana Pontes, announced, for her part, two new positive cases of infection with the new coronavirus, bringing to 16 the number of accumulated cases in the country, four of which recovered.

                "From yesterday to today we tracked 11 respiratory symptoms, two of which were positive, which increases the number of positive covid-19 patients in the country by two more. Currently, we have 16 accumulated cases," said Feliciana Pontes.

                According to the Director of Health Care, there are nine patients admitted to the ward of Hospital Ayres de Menezes and two others in isolation at home.

                Feliciana Pontes also stressed that there are 11 other citizens suspected of being infected with the new coronavirus, in addition to 67 others who are "being followed" by the health services.

                The districts of Agua Grande, Mé Zóchi, the two largest in the country and Lembá in the north, and Cantagalo in the south, are the districts affected by the disease.

                The age range of patients infected with the new coronavirus varies between 22 and 98 years, and of the nine hospitalized patients, six are male.

                The number of deaths caused by covid-19 in Africa rose to 1,589, with almost 37,000 cases of the disease reported in 52 countries, according to the latest statistics on the continent's pandemic.

                Among African countries that have Portuguese as their official language, Equatorial Guinea leads in number of infections (315) and one death, followed by Guinea-Bissau (197 and one death), Cape Verde (113 and one death), Mozambique (76 ), Angola (27 infected and two dead) and São Tomé and Príncipe have 16 confirmed cases and one death.

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                • #9
                  Source: http://www.rfi.fr/pt/s%C3%A3o-tom%C3...%A9-16-de-maio

                  São Tomé and Príncipe / Covid-19: health emergency until 16 May

                  This is a great opportunity to work in a fast paced environment.
                  Evaristo Carvalho, President of São Tomé and Príncipe, extended the state of emergency for the third consecutive time until 16 May, due to the Covid-19 pandemic that has already caused 3 deaths and 23 positive cases.
                  Text by: RFI | Maximino Carlos

                  In Sao Tome and Principe, the state of health emergency was extended this Friday for another 15 days, when the number of positive cases to Covid-19 and 3 deaths rose to 23, announced this Saturday the director of health care, Feliciana Bridges.

                  The Santomeans have observed since May 1 and until the 16th of the same month, the third consecutive extension of the state of health emergency, due to the "worrying evolution" of the epidemiological situation of the Covid-19 pandemic in the archipelago, forced the extension of the state of emergency. for another 15 days, in order to "contain the spread of the virus".

                  "On this date, all the assumptions that led to the declaration of the state of emergency remain valid", it can be read in the decree.

                  The four organs of sovereignty gathered this Friday (01/05) in the Presidential Palace, in the presence of some members of the government, the Attorney General of the Republic and representatives of the professional orders of the health branch, concluded that conditions are not yet created for the partial de-definition of the population.

                  The Sao Tome President, Evaristo Carvalho, extended for the third consecutive time, for another 15 days, the state of emergency in force since March 17, calling for "more of this sacrifice" in defense of the "physical integrity of the citizens".

                  In a message to the nation, President Evaristo Carvalho recalled that 45 days ago, when he established a state of emergency, São Tomé and Príncipe "still did not have a single confirmed case of contamination" with the new coronavirus.

                  "Despite this, to prevent the spread of the virus in the country, the government has taken some restrictive measures, some of which are very serious," said the head of state, recalling that he called for "strict compliance with these measures".

                  The President also regretted that, "unfortunately", many of his fellow citizens "still do not believe in the presence of the disease in the country".

                  State of play Covid-19

                  Currently, the country officially registered this Saturday (2/05) 23 cases of infection by Covid-19 and 3 deaths, having, therefore, the head of State renewed, and "vigorously", the call to "redouble the precautions, take the measures of social distance and others decided by the government ".

                  The most affected is the island of São Tomé and the district of Água Grande with a record of 18 positive cases, followed by Mezochi with 2 cases, Lembá with 1, including Cantagalo and Lobata, both with 1 case each.

                  The Caué district in São Tomé and Príncipe Island remain unofficially registered in any case, despite the fact that 31 passengers and 3 crew members are quarantined on Príncipe Island.

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                  • #10
                    Source: http://www.rfi.fr/pt/s%C3%A3o-tom%C3...os-de-covid-19

                    Sao Tome government announces 174 cases of Covid-19
                    Published on: 04/05/2020 - 16:30
                    Modified on: 05/04/2020 - 16:30
                    Text by: RFI

                    This Monday, May 4, São Tomé and Príncipe recorded 174 positive cases of the new coronavirus disease and three deaths from Covid-19.

                    The number of cases of the new coronavirus has increased in São Tomé and Príncipe to 161 after the result of the 213 samples sent to the laboratory in Ghana.

                    The announcement was made by the director of São Tomé's health care, Feliciana Pontes, who stated that "213 samples were sent to the laboratory in Ghana whose results were 161 positive and 52 negative".

                    The announcement was made at the end of a meeting of the Crisis Committee, meeting on Sunday, to analyze the situation, the Sao Tome prime minister, Jorge Bom Jesus, stressed that 26 of the infected are among passengers traveling to the island do Príncipe on the STP Airways flight, in mandatory quarantine.

                    The data will now "be worked on, compiled by the technical team, disaggregated by sexes, by region, socio-professional class and certainly Monday will give all the details", promised the Prime Minister.

                    The chief executive considers the situation of covid-19 in São Tomé and Príncipe "increasingly complicated". Jorge Bom Jesus convened an extraordinary session of the Council of Ministers this Monday, to decide new restrictive measures.

                    "The increase is serious and the measures will be imposed and I ask for the collaboration of each and every one. We will not tolerate any anti-civic behavior, any behavior that is detrimental to public health," said Jorge Bom Jesus.

                    According to the balance sheet released on Saturday, May 2, the most affected districts on the island of São Tomé are Agua-Grande with a record of 18 cases, followed by the districts of Mezochi with two cases, Lembá and Cantagalo, both with a case of Covid- 19.

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                    • #11
                      Source: https://africa21digital.com/2020/05/...l-obrigatorio/

                      Covid-19: Government of São Tomé decrees mandatory general confinement

                      All “non-essential public and private services” will be closed in São Tomé, and the essential services should work “with reduced staff”.

                      Digital Africa 21 with Lusa

                      The Government of São Tomé and Príncipe decreed this Monday the “mandatory general confinement of the entire population throughout the national territory” as of Wednesday due to the growing number of positive cases of covid-19.

                      "Mandatory general confinement of the entire population, throughout the national territory, with the exception of outings for quick purchases and medical emergency situations, under the penalty of violators incurring a crime of disobedience", indicates a statement from the Council of Ministers released tonight .

                      Read by the Minister of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and Parliamentary Affairs, Wando Castro, the statement also states that the measure does not cover "employees of the essential sectors, shift workers and service providers in the food sector, who must be credentialed. for that purpose ”.

                      All “non-essential public and private services” will be closed, and the essential services should work “with reduced staff”, with the exception of health, media, firefighters and defense and security forces.

                      The decision of the general confinement was taken at a meeting of the Council of Ministers that “analyzed with deep concern” the results of the tests carried out in the laboratory of Ghana, which gave 161 positives, among 213 samples.

                      "In view of this new epidemiological situation that has totally altered our collective experience, the Council of Ministers decided for the new measures of exception", indicates the communiqué, which defines a new opening hours for commercial companies to sell food and hygiene products .

                      According to the Government, the measures will remain in force until the end of the state of emergency in the country, scheduled for May 17.

                      Today, the Ministry of Health announced four more new cases detected based on rapid tests, totaling 174 cases of covid-19 accumulated in the country, which has already registered three deaths.

                      Globally, according to a report by the AFP news agency, the covid-19 pandemic has already claimed more than 249,000 deaths and infected more than 3.5 million people in 195 countries and territories.

                      The number of deaths from covid-19 in Africa has risen to 1,800 in the past few hours, with more than 44,000 cases of the disease reported in 53 countries, according to the latest pandemic statistics on that continent.

                      Among African countries that have Portuguese as their official language, Guinea-Bissau leads in number of infections (413 and one death), followed by Equatorial Guinea (315 and one death), Cape Verde (175 and two deaths), Mozambique (80), Angola (35 infected and two dead) and São Tomé and Príncipe (174 cases and three dead).

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                      • #12

                        São Tomé and Príncipe registers 13 more cases and totals 200 patients
                        São Tomé and Príncipe registers 13 new cases of infection with the new coronavirus, bringing the number of covid-19 patients in the country to 200, with more than 90% asymptomatic, the Sao Tome authorities announced today.
                        © Lusa
                        News to the Minute
                        05/06/20 20:52 ‧ 2 hours ago by Lusa


                        "In the last 24 hours, 27 rapid tests were carried out, of which 14 are negative and 13 were positive," said the spokeswoman for the Ministry of Health, Isabel Santos, indicating that, of the positive cases, seven are men and the remaining six are women.

                        The doctor Martinho Santos warned, however, that the rapid tests "do not guarantee that the patient has or does not have covid-19".

                        "A test can be negative and the patient can have a coronavirus as well as be positive and the patient is a healthy citizen," said the doctor to the press, stressing that "the greatest reliability is in laboratory tests, called PCR".

                        The President of São Tomé, Evaristo Carvalho, today made a "strong appeal" to the international community to help the country create conditions for the installation of a laboratory.

                        Evaristo Carvalho said that the covid-19 pandemic, which has already caused four deaths in São Tomé and Príncipe, is gaining "simply frightening" proportions, therefore wanting to "ensure that diagnostic tests" are carried out in São Tomé and Prince of "continuous form".

                        The head of state today convened the remaining organs of sovereignty and invited representatives in São Tomé and Príncipe of the United Nations (UN) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to analyze the situation, having said at this meeting that the solution found "sending tests abroad does not seem to be the best option" ...

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                        • #13
                          208 cases; 5 deaths: http://covid.ms.gov.st/

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                          • #14
                            Covid-19: São Tomé and Príncipe with one more death and eight new deaths
                            11-05-2020 20:20
                            Henrique Linhares w / Lusa

                            The Sao Tome government announced today one more death due to the new coronavirus and eight new infections, bringing the number of deaths due to covid-19 and 220 infections to six in the country to six.

                            A hospital source told Lusa that the most recent deadly victim of covid-19 is a 23-year-old who died on Sunday.

                            According to the director of health care, Feliciana Pontes, on Saturday 30 rapid tests were carried out, of which eight were positive, which increases the number of patients with covid-19 infection to 220, 200 of whom are in isolation at home , 10 are hospitalized and four are recovered.

                            Feliciana Ponte also says that there are 19 people suspected of having the disease, and in the coming days new tests will be carried out to define their clinical status.

                            The sanitary siege decreed by the Government to the district of Água Grande, the most populous in the country and considered by the health authorities to be the epicenter of the disease, ended today, on the same day that the executive started holding small fairs for the sale of agricultural products in the main urban centers of the different districts of the country.

                            "With these fairs, the Government intends to avoid the crowding of people in the only selling market open to the public, located in Bobo Forro", three kilometers from the capital, explained the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development, Francisco Ramos.

                            On Saturday, a Cuban epidemiologist, sent by the World Health Organization (WHO), arrived in the country to help the Sao Tome authorities in fighting the covid-19 pandemic.

                            Joaquim Roberto is an epidemiologist, arrived in the country via Luanda and is quarantined for 15 days.

                            The Cuban doctor arrives in São Tomé at a time when several doctors and nurses were also affected by the new coronavirus.

                            According to the Minister of Health, among the doctors affected by the disease are some Cubans and the president of the Portuguese Medical Association.

                            The death toll from covid-19 in Africa has soared to 2,290 today, with more than 63,000 infected in 53 countries, according to the latest pandemic statistics on that continent.

                            Among African countries that have Portuguese as their official language, Guinea-Bissau leads in number of infections (761 cases and three deaths), followed by Equatorial Guinea (439 cases and four deaths), Cape Verde (260 cases and two deaths) deaths), São Tomé and Príncipe (220 cases and six deaths), Mozambique (103 cases) and Angola (45 infected and two dead).

                            Globally, according to a report by the AFP news agency, the covid-19 pandemic has already claimed more than 282,000 deaths and infected more than 4.1 million people in 195 countries and territories.

                            More than 1.3 million patients were considered cured.

                            The disease is transmitted by a new coronavirus detected in late December in Wuhan, a city in central China.

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                            • #15
                              Source: https://www.noticiasaominuto.com/mun...novas-infecoes

                              Source: https://www.noticiasaominuto.com/mun...novas-infecoes

                              São Tomé registers another deadly victim and 11 new infections
                              São Tomé and Príncipe recorded another death from covid-19 and 11 new infections in the last 24 hours, bringing the number of deaths due to the new coronavirus to seven and 231 accumulated positive cases to seven, according to the authorities.
                              News to the Minute
                              12/05/20 19:51 ‧ 1 hour ago by Lusa


                              According to the spokesperson of the Sao Tome Ministry of Health, Isabel Santos, the 11 new cases of infection by covid-19 were diagnosed through 20 rapid tests carried out on Monday.

                              A government source told Lusa that the latest victim of covid-19 died on Monday, dealing with a 79-year-old man who "suffered from some health problems".

                              According to the same source, the Sao Tome government wants to understand why the disease has spread so "quickly in the country".

                              "With the support of the Cuban technician [who arrived in the country on Saturday], we are working on the database to understand whether it is a community broadcast. If that is the case, our stance, in terms of action, should be another, we have to change strategy ", said the source.

                              Currently, the country has 211 patients in isolation at home that health authorities say they have no means of doing daily follow-up.

                              "You don't have to go to their house. Let's imagine if you have 1,000 infected people, there is no way to go to all of these people. What we do is call to find out how they are doing, because you can't cover more than 200 people. "said the source, adding that citizens also refuse to accept the presence of health personnel in their homes.

                              The Ministry of Health is currently facing "a serious problem, which has to do with people who still do not believe in the disease".

                              "A lot of people do not want us to go to their home, saying that they are not sick, they do not believe in this disease, but the tests are positive," said the source.

                              Several doctors and nurses are infected with the disease. Among the sick health personnel, there is a doctor, in serious condition, who could be transported to Equatorial Guinea this week, the same source said.

                              Many patients and even healthcare personnel do not believe in rapid tests. On Friday, the laboratory acquired by the Sao Tome government with support from the World Health Organization (WHO) for "testing and obtaining reliable results" in the country should arrive in the country.

                              The country has a field hospital with at least 45 beds, set up by the World Health Organization, but still unused due to the "lack of some basic conditions".

                              According to the same source, the two fans offered by the Jack Ma Foundation are installed at Hospital Aires de Menezes, in the Sao Tome capital. but "there was still no need to use them on patients".

                              The death toll from covid-19 in Africa has now risen to 2,336, with more than 66,000 infected in 53 countries, according to the latest pandemic statistics on that continent.

                              Among African countries that have Portuguese as their official language, Guinea-Bissau leads in number of infections (820 cases and three deaths), followed by Equatorial Guinea (439 cases and four deaths), Cape Verde (267 cases and two deaths) deaths), São Tomé and Príncipe (231 cases and seven dead), Mozambique (104 cases) and Angola (45 infected and two dead).

                              Globally, according to a report by the AFP news agency, the covid-19 pandemic has already claimed more than 286,000 deaths and infected more than 4.1 million people in 195 countries and territories.

                              More than 1.4 million patients were considered cured.





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