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South Sudan launches coronavirus screening


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January 31, 2020 (JUBA) - South Sudan on Friday has implemented preventive safety measures against the spread of coronavirus after its outbreak in China.

The World Health Organization (WHO) said the thermal scanner at Juba International Airport tomorrow, 31 January 2020 at 12:00 Hours.

on Thursday, WHO declared that the coronavirus epidemic constitutes a public health emergency of international concern, as the virus is spreading to some 18 countries.

Also, three neighbouring countries including Ethiopia, Kenya and Sudan announced suspected cases for people coming from China but nothing confirmed yet.

In China, the death toll from the coronavirus outbreak rose to 213 on Thursday, while another 1,982 new cases have been confirmed.

The total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in China reached 9,692.


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  • 1 February 19:03, by Langbaar

    I don’t think ’South Sudanese people should be overly worried about *coronavirus*’ it is a virus all the same. Just like *Ebola, Sars, Africa swine Virus (ASV). Ebola current new ’strand was *tested* by the US army in Guinea, west Africa and spread it to Seirra Leone, Liberia, and other countries in west African countries.>>>>>

    • 1 February 19:17, by Langbaar

      The criminals in the *US, the UK and other are allegedly taking their own ’citizens of ’out Huhan in China’*. If this were to be a real ’virus infection’, then why are they moving their the people from where the ’alleged virus is to people who don’t have virus, it doesn’t make sense in the world of people who know these ’dirty schemes and projects’>>>

      • 1 February 19:26, by Langbaar

        You cannot take ’a disease to where there is no disease’. Watch out fellows, you are going to be bombed to near oblivion/extinction and out of map once and for all. Reasons, pure HATRED and RACISM. Here South Sudan, we respect the Chinese people. We have been trading with them for thousands and thousands of years, even before there was (Europeans, English people, the US,>>>>>>

        • 1 February 19:34, by Langbaar

          and some of their creeps Saudi Arabia, their evil juus (so-called israelis), UN, their sleazy NGOs and some of their creeps here in the IGAD countries and the AU who covet our country and our people to death. Fellows. The whole ’facet of Coronavirus’ is ’flaw/fake news/ propaganda’. But South Sudanese people must not be complicit>>>

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