THE World Health Organisation (WHO) has urged government to put in place various measures to minimise the transmission of COVID-19 as schools re-open next week. The country has in the last couple of weeks been recording confirmed cases of COVID-19 as well as some deaths. In an interview, WHO representative Dr Shikanga O-tipo said government needed to heighten preventive measures in schools and other public places. “A number of things need to be put in place including just ensuring that all levels of the health care system are alert and heightened surveillance to pick up cases. Again, this is important, especially knowing that schools are going to open next week, to just ensure that within any areas of high concentration…...

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