Sep 18, 2020, 10:41 AM
Meanwhile the Senegalese supreme court on Friday rejected the request made by family members of covid-19 victims who died in the diaspora to be repatriated to Senegal for burial.
The reason given by the judges is that the virus is conterminous.
Senegal registered its first case on 2 March 2020.
Media reports have indicated so far 89 Senegalese in the diaspora have died due to the virus.
After having confirmed a total number of 10 positive cases of coronavirus in the country, the Deputy Director of Health Services Dr. Mustapha Bittaye yesterday in a press briefing disclosed that four-patients have been treated, recovered and set for discharge.
The people of Sukuta who were arrested in the midst of land tussle with government on Tuesday spoke to journalists at the Brusubi Police Station days after they were granted bail.