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Tanzania COVID-19 response: Government accused of a coverup

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Tanzania COVID-19 response: Government accused of a coverup

Tanzania COVID-19 response: Government accused of a coverup

Tanzania's government is accused of sending out false messaging about COVID-19 and covering up a crisis.

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A small team of Tanzanian miners discovered the largest tanzanite stones in the country's history. Saniniu Laizer, 52, a Maasai miner, and his team found the two stones weighing 20.4 pounds and 11.3 pounds. According to CNN, the stones were found at Mererani hill in the country's northern Manyara region. Lazier sold the stones to the government for 7.7 billion Tanzanian shillings or $3.3 million. Tanzanites have a blue or deep violet color and can only be found in Tanzania.

Credit: Wochit News    Duration: 00:32Published

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Racial disparities in the U.S. coronavirus epidemic extend to children, according to HuffPost. Two sobering government reports released Friday show how race does change how COVID effects us. One of the CDC reports looked at children with COVID-19 who needed hospitalization. Hispanic children were hospitalized at a rate eight times higher than white kids. Black children were hospitalized at a rate five times higher, it found. The exact cause for this disparity has not been nailed down, as of yet.

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Roughly one in three children hospitalized with COVID-19 in the US has needed ICU treatment. This figure was released on Friday by the U.S, according to UPI.com. Hospitalized adults infected with COVID-19 are admitted to the ICU at essentially the same rate. However, adults are 20 times more likely to need hospital care after getting infected than children. Invasive mechanical ventilation was required in less than 6% of children. This is compared to nearly 19% of adults.

Credit: Wochit News    Duration: 00:36Published

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India’s recovery rate at 68% as 13.8L beat Covid

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