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Thu, 16 Jul 2020 10:18 - Updated Thu, 16 Jul 2020 10:18

Covid-19: MINSA reiterates compliance with prevention measures

Luanda - The Minister of Health, Sílvia Lutucuta, reiterated Wednesday the need for strict compliance with preventive measures against Covid-19.

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Ministra da Saúde, Sílvia Lutucuta

Photo: Pedro Parente

According to the Cabinet minister, who was speaking at a press conference to update on the Covid-19, given the community contamination in the province of Luanda, it is necessary and mandatory that citizens have the utmost attention to the measures issued by the Government.

According to the minister, the mandatory use of masks on public roads and public places, hand washing with water and soap, disinfecting with alcohol gel and social distancing are measures to be taken into account.

"Everything depends on each one of us. The protection is individual and collective. No one is immune to the virus," she said.

The country has 576 infected (475 local transmissions), 27 deaths, 124 recovered and 425 active.

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