All Across Africa
>> Covid-19 : Is the rate of growth in Africa slowing down?
“The Covid-19 death rate in Africa has defied expectations and stayed relatively low. CNN’s David McKenzie speaks to Dr. John Nkengasong, Director of Africa’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about the continent’s coronavirus response,” according to CNN AFRICA.
“The World Health Organization (WHO) has said the Covid-19 outbreak in Africa may have passed its peak, but warns governments not to be complacent as countries relax their restrictions,” The BBC says.
“The number of new daily confirmed cases overall has been dropping for about two months now, although some countries are still seeing a rise in cases.“
>> Church Doors Reopen in Angola
“Bibles in hand and resolute in their Christian faith, around three thousand face mask clad parishioners dressed in white filed — one by one, into the Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ In the World for an uncharacteristically 90-minute service on Sunday in the Golfe II suburb of the capital city Luanda,” according to Africanews.
“The first in six months since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic that saw the Angolan government ban religious gatherings in March to curb the spread of coronavirus — with only now permitting their resumption earlier this month under strict sanitary regulations.“
>> ‘GOL’s COVID-19 Food Distribution Too Slow’
According to The daily observer, “after three months of monitoring the Liberian government’s food distribution to households and communities, the Institute for Research and Democracy (IREDD) on Thursday, released its findings with 5.5% of the population receiving COVID 19 stimulus food in four months with a serious reservation of flaws and unreasonable procrastination.“
“IREDD is a leading human rights, governance and policy research organization with over 15 years of experience in monitoring initiatives that place spotlight on public financial management in Liberia.“
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