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[East African] South Sudan's only functioning arm of government has been roiled with Covid-19 infections among the ranks of top officials, threatening to shut down main operations.
[Nation] In the course of the past week, people in South Sudan, especially the residents of Juba, the capital, have been alarmed by new developments in the country regarding the spread of Covid-19 and the government's response to it. South Sudan was the last country in the East African Community to...
[East African] South Sudan's First Vice President Riek Machar and his wife Angelina Teny have tested positive for Covid-19.
[East African] South Sudan has recorded two new coronavirus deaths, the country's High-Level Taskforce on Coronavirus has confirmed.
[East African] South Sudan has registered 54 new Covid-19 cases, bringing the total number of confirmed infections to 290, the country's Health ministry has said.
[WHO] To provide supportive treatment for severe and critical COVID-19 patients, the World Health Organization (WHO), working with the World Food Programme (WFP) and the International Medical Corps (IMC) has supported the Ministry of Health to upgrade and equip the Dr John Garang Infectious Diseases...
[African Arguments] The novel coronavirus is not changing the world. While the virus itself fails to discriminate between the poor and the powerful, its effects are mediated by unequitable social structures and economic hierarchies. These are not crumbling but are rather being reinforced through quarantines...
[East African] Implementation of key aspects of the South Sudan peace agreement are being affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
[Nation] South Sudan confirmed its fifth Covid-19 case Thursday after testing travellers headed in out of Juba.
[VOA] With the threat of the coronavirus infecting thousands of prisoners held in extremely overcrowded South Sudanese facilities, Human Rights Watch (HRW) is urging the country's prison authorities to release pretrial detainees and prisoners who have served most of their terms.
[CISA] Yambio -Bishop Barani Eduardo Hiiboro Kussala of Tombura-Yambio has termed Coronavirus a "bigger enemy" in South Sudan as it threatens efforts to finalize formation of a Government of National Unity.
[Nation] Juba -A United Nations employee in South Sudan is facing disciplinary action from the global body after he reportedly left the country despite being under quarantine over suspected Covid-19.