Sudan Reports Highest Covid-19 Infection Rate Since May

Sudan could implement more restrictions to curb Covid-19 as the country braces for a second wave of the pandemic. The ministry of health reported that 3,025 cases of coronavirus were recorded so far in November, which is the highest infection rate reported since May. The ministry said that 41% of infected people are between the ages of 20-40 and do not show symptoms of the disease. Authorities have postponed the reopening of schools for two weeks to ensure that health requirements are implemented.

Curfew declared to combat spread of the novel coronavirus (file photo).

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