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Fri, 19 Jun 2020 16:11 - Updated Fri, 19 Jun 2020 16:11

Covid-19: Health secretary calls for border surveillance

Cabinda - The provincial secretary of health in northern Cabinda, Ruben de Fátima, urged people of Buco-Zau and Belize to remain vigilant and denounce all cases linked to border violation.

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Ruben de Fatima, who is also a member of the Provincial Contingency Commission of Covid-19, is in Cabinda to learn about the fulfillment of the preventive measures of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as to evaluate the degree of functioning of the sector in that region.

It is necessary, the official said, to redouble surveillance and to denounce the border violators from the neighboring countries, namely the two Congos, where there are already positive cases of Covid-19.

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