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  2. COVID-19 pandemic in Tanzania - Wikipedia

    However, on 28 June 2021, President Samia Suluhu Hassan announced COVID-19 statistics to the public for the first time since May 2020, with 100 new cases in Tanzania and 70 people are in a critical state on ventilators. [12] Timeline [ edit] March 2020 [ edit] On 16 March, the first case in Tanzania was confirmed in Arusha.

  3. COVID-19 pandemic in Africa - Wikipedia

    The COVID-19 Africa Open Data Project provides additional data on healthcare workers infected, health services, urgent needs and local laboratories. Vaccination. Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention director John Nkengasong warned on 10 December that Africa might not see vaccines until after the second quarter of 2021.

  4. COVID-19 vaccination in Africa - Wikipedia

    COVID-19 vaccination programs have begun in many countries and territories in Africa. In June 2021, the World Health Organization predicted that 47 of Africa's 54 nations would fall short of the aim of vaccinating 10% of their people by September 2021. In June, Africa accounted for fewer than 1% of worldwide vaccine doses delivered.

  5. COVID-19 pandemic by country and territory - Wikipedia

    Confirmed cases in Africa as of 23 May 2021 1–99 confirmed cases 100–999 confirmed cases 1,000–9,999 confirmed cases 10,000–99,999 confirmed cases 100,000+ confirmed cases The pandemic was confirmed to have spread to Africa on 14 February 2020, with the first confirmed case announced in Egypt.

  6. COVID-19 timeline by country in Africa - Wikipedia

    On 16 March 2020, the first case in the country was confirmed. [22] As of 18 April, there was a total of 35 confirmed cases, one death and 18 recovered cases. [20] The total number of confirmed cases was 3,251 in December. There were 3,061 recovered patients, 44 deaths, and 146 active cases at the end of the year. [23] Botswana [ edit]

  7. 2020 in Tanzania - Wikipedia

    February 2 – At least 40 people are killed in a stampede at a church in Moshi, Tanzania. May May 3 – COVID-19 pandemic: Tanzanian President John Magufuli questions coronavirus tests after samples from a goat, a pawpaw, and a sheep tested positive. Tanzania reports 480 cases of COVID-19 and 17 deaths. October

  8. 2021 in Tanzania - Wikipedia

    21 March - 45 people are killed in a stampede at Uhuru Stadium in Dar es Salaam. 28 March – President Samia Suluhu Hassan orders the suspension of the head of the ports authority over corruption allegations. 30 March – President Hassan picks Philip Mpango, the finance minister, to be her deputy. April to June July to September

  9. List of newspapers in Tanzania - Wikipedia

    Africa Media Review. 4 (3) – via Michigan State University Libraries, African e-Journals Project. "Tanzania: Directory: the Press". Africa South of the Sahara 2003. Regional Surveys of the World. Europa Publications. 2003. p. 1083. ISSN 0065-3896.