Somalia’s Ministry of Health issues stern warning

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The Federal Government of Somalia’s Ministry of Health said in a daily report on Corona virus data that 64 new cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in the past 24 hours, killing 4 people and with recovering of 28 others.

The Minister of Health and Social Welfare of the Federal Government of Somalia, Ms. Fowziya Abikar Nur, confirmed that new cases have been reported in Banadir (35), Puntland (23), Somaliland (3) and Galmudug (3) regions, with 31 confirmed patients being men, while 33 are women.

The number of COVID-19 cases registered in the country reached 15,658 and 7,661 people were cured. A total of 832 people died from the disease.

“We warn the Somali people to beware of COVID-19, which is once again on the rise,” she said.

Ms. Fowziya Abikar Nur called on the community to take the advice of health professionals and other public awareness campaigns on the dangers of the disease, as the risk of COVID-19 has redoubled, and to be vigilant while exercising caution in getting vaccinated against the disease.

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