Jun 1, 2020, 10:43 AM
A few hours after Saudi Arabia announced the reopening of mosques throughout the country, with the exception of Makkah, from May 31, a circular has been issued to mosque staff on new rules to be observed by worshippers.
Out of this total, The Gambia has recorded one death so far.
According to the release from the Ministry of Health, all the four new cases were under quarantine on account of recent travels to an affected country. Three of the confirmed cases were linked to travelling companions.
“Thirty-three laboratory tests received from the National Public Health Laboratory (NPHL) (32 new and 1 repeat tests). Of these, while 28 returned negative, 4 tested positives for covid-19 and the only repeat test came out inconclusive,” the Health Ministry stated.
Meanwhile, the Senegalese Ministry of Health yesterday reported 74 positive cases of covid-19, bringing the country’s total number of infections to 5,247; 70 deaths, 22 in critical condition, 3,525 recovered and 1,651 hospitalised.
Police Detective First Class Muhammed Lamin Bobb on Thursday, 18 June testified in the case involving Ismaila Ndong who is accused of raping and robbing five women.
The Republic of Liberia has lost her full membership rights at the African Union, is now an observer at the African Union, one without a voting right, from being a founder to a shocking rejected stone, one who understood the purpose for which the organization was founded.