Cameroon Opens Schools Amid COVID-19 Spike
Cameroon so far has 6,380 confirmed cases of the virus with 273 deaths but officials say the increasing number of recoveries and health measures taken at schools makes them confident that they can handle the pandemic.
Govt Opens Schools Amid COVID-19 Spike
VOA, 2 June 2020
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An empty classroom in the English speaking region of Cameroon.
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