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The World Health Organization has praised Cambodia, New Zealand, Rwanda, Thailand, Vietnam, and islands in the Pacific and Caribbean for following social distancing advice and working hard to prevent large-scale coronavirus outbreaks. WHO Director-General, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has also issued a warning that the “pandemic continues to accelerate”, pointing out that the number of cases has doubled in the past six weeks.

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  • As of July 28, the confirmed cases of Covid-19 from 55 African countries have reached 860,541. Reported deaths in Africa have reached 18,176 and recoveries 506,825.

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  • 165 trucks carrying about 40,000 litres of fuel each, are reportedly stuck on roadsides around the country with a total capacity of 6,6 million litres of fuel that was ordered … Read more »