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'Mungu Wapee Nguvu" Several Deaths in a Day as COVID-19 Data From Tanzania Starts Steaming in

News Hub Creator 07/23/2021

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The COVID-19 situation is getting worse in Tanzania, with some hospitals already getting overwhelmed with patients who need oxygen and ventilators.

The Swahili speaking nation has started sharing COVID-19 data with the rest of the world, but it is not good.

The Ministry of Health, Gender, children and the Elderly, Dr Dorothy Gwajima has today warned Tanzanians the disease is ravaging lives.

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While making reference to data she released on 21 July 2021, she noted that a total of 682 patients are currently admitted at various hospitals in the country, battling COVID-19.

On 21st alone, a total of 176 patients were booked at various hospitals, the minister United.

She also confirmed 29 deaths on 21st July 2021.

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"Tatizo la Corona lipo na linagharimu Watu uchumi na uhai, jana nilitangaza July 21,2021 tulikuwa na wagonjwa waliolazwa 682 Nchi nzima, kwa jana peke yake wagonjwa wapya waliolazwa walikuwa 176, kwa takwimu za July 21, 2021 waliofariki ni 29," said the minister which loosely translates to

(The COVID-19 problem exists and is costing people'S lives and economy, yesterday July 21, 2021, I announced we had 682 hospitalized patients nationwide, yesterday alone the number of new hospital admissions was 176, with the figures for July 21, 2021, the dead number was 29).

Dr Dorothy Gwajima also announced that there will be no public gathering in the country until further notice.

She ordered that any gathering must get permits from concerned authorities.

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Some hospitals have already reported that they are getting overwhelmed by the number of patients, particularly those who need ventilators and oxygen.

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