[Vanguard] Medical doctors under the employ of Lagos State Government, yesterday expressed, worry over-relaxation of the lockdown in the state, disclosing that 16 members of the Medical Guild in the state have been infected with COVID-19.
[RFI] A plane full of medical supplies to combat the Covid-19 pandemic was sent to the United States by Egypt on Tuesday, a move that a US official said showed support to President Donald Trump, according to the Washington Post daily.
[The Herald] At least 29 Zimbabweans living in Britain have died of COVID-19, mostly nurses and other medical staff, according to the Zimbabwean Embassy in London.
[Nyasa Times] Association for Persons with Albinism in Malawi (Apam) has taken a swipe at the government for playing “double standards” when President Peter Mutharika declared a state of disaster on coronavirus before any case yet his administration refused to declare Malawi a dangerous place for persons with albinism when dozens of deaths were recorded.
[Nation] Several hospitals in Nyanza and Western regions are grappling with a growing demand for dialysis services.
[Daily Trust] The Nigerian government says the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the country is now 238.
[Premium Times] As part of measures to ensure no new case of coronavirus (COVID-19) is imported into the country, the federal government has said all Chinese medical experts expected to arrive Nigeria will undergo a test for the dreaded ailment.
[Daily Maverick] Professor Gita Ramjee, who recently returned from a trip to London, had been admitted to hospital with pneumonia.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] As policymakers respond to the pandemic and its fallout, they must also tackle the interrelated crises of wealth inequality, racism and ecological decline
[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe has recorded its first confirmed case of coronavirus.