Jun 17, 2020, 11:50 AM
Senegalese Ministry of Health yesterday reported 30 new cases of covid-19, bringing the total number to 442. At least 253 have recovered with 6 deaths and 182 under treatment.
Senegalese media has reported that several people have been arrested for failing to wear masks following a declaration of compulsory mask wearing.
In partnership with Safe Hands For Girls, NYC, NDMA and Red Cross, Jaha Dukureh, a 30-year-old Gambian activist has donated over 2000 bags of rice amounting to about D4 million to vulnerable communities around the country.
The UNICEF SMS U-Report Poll has revealed that about 65.5% (10, 000 people) who registered for the UNICEF SMS U-Report Poll said that they don’t know the signs and symptoms of coronavirus.
Banjul, 29 April 2020 – Consistent with its philosophy of fostering growth and promoting rapid and efficient delivery of resources within all sectors of governance, The Gambia Government acting on Executive advisory, has effected major changes within the Civil Service.
The Gambia Transport Service Company (GTSC) in partnership with government has recently rolled out new buses in addition to its normal fleet to address the daily nightmare faced by commuters amid the Covid-19 lockdown.
Thousands of undocumented migrants will now be allowed to apply to temporarily stay and work in Italy under an amnesty announced as the country unveiled a $59.6bn stimulus package to cushion the economic impact of the coronavirus.