US News Central African Republic: The details of the Minister of Health on the situation of COVID-19

16:20  28 november  2021
16:20  28 november  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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Le centre de prise en charge du Covid-19 à Bangui, Centrafrique, le 20 avril 2020 (photo d'illustration). © RFI / Charlotte COSSET The COVID-19 Care Center in Bangui, Central African Republic, April 20, 2020 (picture of illustration) .

In Central African Republic, following an inventory, broadcast on RFI, the Minister of Health makes clarification on the situation of the CVIV-19 epidemic. The number of cases identified in the country remains relatively small with 12,000 for nearly 5 million inhabitants and 101 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic.

Despite these positive results, the response to the coronavirus epidemic remains a priority of the government, made it possible to specify Minister Pierre Somse.

"The count of cases of an epidemic disease is always struck with limits. This does not disqualify these numbers and parameters ... but a crucial parameter in the management of an epidemic are the trends, he explained. And if people tend to cite physical security as the first concern they have, it does not relegate the concern on COVID ".

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