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99 new covid-19 cases confirmed in Senegal

Jun 9, 2020, 11:09 AM

The Senegalese Ministry of Health yesterday reported 99 new cases of covid-19, bring the county’s total infection to 4, 417; 14 in serious condition, 2, 699 recovered, 49 deaths and 1,678 under treatment.

Meanwhile the Senegalese minister of Air Transport, Alioune Sarr, said after the repatriation of his compatriots who were stranded in France and Turkey, others who were in Italy and USA would be equally coming with special flight – Delta Airline between 11th and 12th June. The arrangement was facilitated by the Senegalese government.

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