Guinea Bissau PM tests positive for coronavirus

The Prime Minister of Guinea Bissau, Nuno Gomes Nabiam, has tested positive for coronavirus, the country’s Ministry of Health has confirmed.

The country’s Interior Minister, Botche Cande, and two other ministers have also been infected with Covid-19.

The BBC reported that Mr Nabiam said that several members of an interministerial coronavirus committee had the disease.

Guinea Bissau has so far has tested 1,500 people. Out of this, it has recorded 205 coronavirus cases and one death. 19 people have also recovered from the disease.

The country recorded its first COVID-19 death last Saturday, causing the president to extend a nationwide state of emergency to May 11. Officials announced the country’s only death a day after several ministers and government officials were tested and were awaiting the results.

The government shut the country’s borders and public places, including restaurants, places of worship and schools, and imposed a night-time curfew as part of efforts to contain the spread of the virus.


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