Tanzania’s health minister has announced that the government is shutting down 74 out of 85 designated COVID-19 facilities across the country for lack of patients.
The ministry said that Ummy Mwalimu announced the move after closing down a designated facility at Lulanzi in Kibaha district in Coast region. Mwalimu said the closed-down designated COVID-19 facilities were now offering normal health services and urged people to visit the facilities saying they were free of COVID-19, according to the statement. The East African country reported its last COVID-19 update on 29 April. The Tanzanian government opened schools in late June, having okayed international flights, having expressed satisfaction with the country’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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