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Published On: Thu, May 7th, 2020

Tanzanian government tested Coronavirus laboratory, resulting in serious consequences

  • “Fruits and vehicle oil tested at the laboratory. A papaya, a quail and a goat had been found to be positive, according to the Tanzanian president.”

Dar es Salaam(ANN)-The Tanzanian government has tested the Coronavirus laboratory, which results in a serious suspicion after removing the lab unexpectedly.
Some of the blood tested in the lab and animal extracts resulted in positive coronavirus COVID0-19.


Tanzania has suspended the head of its national health laboratory in charge of coronavirus testing, a day after President John Magufuli questioned the accuracy of the tests.


Magufuli, who has consistently downplayed the effect of the virus, said on Sunday he had secretly had animals, fruits and vehicle oil tested at the laboratory. A papaya, a quail and a goat had been found to be positive, according to the president.

He cast doubt on the credibility of laboratory equipment and technicians and questioned official data on the pandemic COVID-19..

The president called for an investigation in what he suspected is a “dirty game” in the laboratory, but did not say where the kits had been imported from.

“The equipment or people may be compromised and sometimes it can be sabotage,” Magufuli said in a speech broadcast live through state-run Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation (TBC).

Opposition legislator Zitto Kabwe, head of the Alliance for Change and Transparency, defended Nyambura Moremi, the laboratory director.

“Don’t get heartbroken by the way politics is interfering in technical issues,” he wrote on Twitter. “I trust you did your job professionally and you will remain one of the best scientists in Tanzania.”said Zitto Kabwe.

In Tanzania, the number of cases of Corona virus has reached 480, leaving 16 dead and 167 recovering from COVID-19. according to worldometers.info web site.

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The issue has become so popular that it has caught the attention of the media in the world, and has cast doubt on the products sold in the African countries that are needed to detect the world’s most prevalent Coronavirus. such as masks and gloves.

Iran, one of the leading countries in Coronavirsu’s disease in South Asia, has repeatedly warned against the spread of the disease, accusing the United States of being part of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as science. and Iranian medicine specialists have warned Islamic countries to check for anti-inflammatory and devices and say some may be part of the spread of Coronavirus.

The Yemeni Houthis, on the other hand, have previously accused the UAE and Saudi Arabia of seeking to bring the disease to Yemen, and warned that Yemeni people should be careful masks and gloves distributed by Saudi and its allies.

Iranian officials and experts say the device is a Jewish device that is intended to spread the disease, and it is noteworthy that it was first discovered in South East Yemen, where it was reported to be the first person with Coronavirus. when the equipment was delivered.

The Turkish government, meanwhile, had earlier reported that the disease had passed through Saudi Arabia, where they returned from a Hajj pilgrim, who was found by the first Turkish coronavirus after the tens of thousands of pilgrims had been quarantined. , and the Turkish government has accused the Saudi authorities of concealing the disease in Muslim countries where they have been sick.

Also, it has exacerbated the concern of many countries in the global pandemic, which the United States remains one of the most spread and China-denounced countries, with President Trump and experts on the sidelines. US science accuses China of spreading evil to the world, and is being held accountable.

Coronavirus, which has spread from China, especially to Wuhan, Hubei Province, December 2019, has infected the world with the virus known as COVID-19, since it has spread from one place to another throughout the world. 3,971,955, infected, and died as far as possible, 273,823, while recovering from 1,370,810 people.

According to latest reports documented in the COVID-19, May 7, 2020 GMT (GMT) +3), the Worldometer, a reference Web site that provides real-time counting and statistics on a variety of topics, and currently the largest source of COVID-19, in the world.

It is noteworthy, however, that the numbers are changing hour by hour, and many countries around the world are facing major confusion, resulting in no accurate data on the prevalence and actual numbers of casualties. COVID-19.

Around the world, the virus spreads around the globe and crosses the globe, and disrupts the flow of the world, while on the other hand it the world economy has greatly weakened.

With the virus, drugs and vaccines have not been available so far, and health and medical experts recommend it is the only precaution that you should follow the instructions and recommendations of doctors. such as the separation of people, protection and precautions at all times.

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