COVID19 : Public health authorities launch a massive search for suspected cases

Public Health authorities have launched a massive search for cases of the #COVID19 in Cameroon at a time when confirmed cases have scaled up to 92.

Three new confirmed cases were reported this March 27, 2020 during a press briefing in Yaounde.

All the confirmed cases are receiving treatment in three major towns of the country.
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In an effort to flatten the curve of the deadly disease, the public Health authorities are calling on all persons who flew into Cameroon on March 10, 2020 to avail themselves for screening.

The persons concerned are requested to get in contact with the Public Health authorities through the emergency numbers;

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The Search team goes to Douala

As authorities seek to decentralize the management of the health crisis, health workers will massively sensitive the inhabitants of Douala on #COVID19 from April 2-7, 2020.

The health team will be led by the Secretary of State to the Ministry of Public Health in charge of Epidemic Control, Mr. Alim Hayatou.

During this time, health workers will visit homes to identify persons at risk of developing symptoms of the COVID19.

The Public Health Minister Dr. Manaouda Malachie calls on the population of Douala to ” join in this operation to combat the Coronavirus”.

A vote of thanks

Since the the first case of the #COVID19 was confirmed in Cameroon, religious bodies immediately swung into action, sensitizing faithfuls on the disease.

One month later, the Public Health Minister expresses gratitude to these persons for the invaluable contribution to fight the spread of the virus.

A particular gratitude has also been addressed to the CEO of UBA Banking Group , Mr. Tony Elumelu.

The structured handed over FCFA150 million to the Public Health Minister to assist the government eradicate the deadly virus .

Kathy Neba Sina

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