Botswana Registers 7 More COVID-19 Cases

Gaborone — Botswana has registered seven new COVID-19 cases, the Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr Lemogang Kwape has just informed Parliament.

Among the seven was a nurse who was screening MPs before start of a special Parliament meeting in Gaborone yesterday.

Others were:

A 50-year-old police man who was from the United Kingdom

37-year-old woman and the husband quarantined at Cresta

28-yea- old man

34-year-old man in Masunga who traveled to UK, he is now in Siviya and contact tracing underway

53-year-old man who traveled to Pretoria in South Africa

The new cases brought to 13, the number of positive cases that Botswana has registered so far. The country has so far registered one death.

Source : DailyNews online

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