From 509 to Zero Cases, Tanzania Defeats COVID-19, All Thanks To Fasting and Prayers. WHO Expresses Concerns | AfriTV Online

The United Republic of Tanzania has officially been declared Coronavirus free. The country last recorded 509 cases with 21 deaths. Tanzania President John Magufuli said some days back, only four patients were undergoing treatment according to protocols...

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From 509 to Zero Cases, Tanzania Defeats COVID-19, All Thanks To Fasting and Prayers. WHO Expresses Concerns

Published by: Tobiloba Chelsea
06/10/2020 03:34 PM

The United Republic of Tanzania has officially been declared Coronavirus free. The country last recorded 509 cases with 21 deaths. Tanzania President John Magufuli said some days back, "only four patients were undergoing treatment according to protocols".

 

Fasting and prayers by the citizens became the country's next weapon to battle the novel virus, so far so good no new cases have been recorded over the week, following tremendous level of recovery. This is indeed the handwork of God, as the coronavirus has completely been eliminated, said President John Magufuli. 

 

The country's health crisis was highly exaggerated, urging its citizens to attend prayers in mosques and services in churches, making emphases on the powers of prayers “which can annihilate” the virus. The Tanzania government halted the broadcasting of the country's COVID-19 cases. 

 

What President John Magufuli said. 

“I will like to appreciate all Tanzanian citizens; we have constantly been fasting and praying for our father “God” to save us all from the pandemic that has deeply afflicted our great country and the world at large. But God has finally answered our prayers”.

 

He further commended every priests and worshipper for not wearing any masks or gloves to protect themselves from COVID-19, he urged all citizens of the country to turn down any form of donations of masks, gloves, hand sanitizers and so on, “instead tell those donors to go and use their donations on their wives and children at home” he added. 

 

His statements were welcomed with applause and triumphant ululation.

 

The World Health Organization (WHO) has expressed concerns and disapproval over the strategy put in place by the government to battle the novel virus. 

 

 

 

 

 

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