May 6, 2020 (Thessherald)–A senior government official in the Ministry of Health confirmed on Tuesday that all confirmed COVID-19 patients, including newly registered cases, are in good condition and are well cared for under the supervision of the Ministry of Health.
“There are no active cases currently under critical care.”
“There is no cause for alarm, although the number of cases continues to rise, the public is rest assured that all those tested positive for the COVID-19 pandemic are in stable condition and some of them are faring much better so far.”
On Tuesday, the South Sudanese High-Level Task Force on COVID-19, in a meeting chaired by FVP Dr. Riek Machar, announced six (6) more cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 58.
The government urges the public to strictly observe the rules of social distancing and other public health measures declared by the South Sudan and High Level Task-Force on COVID-19.
“Continue to observe the instructions of Health Authorities particularly washing hands regularly with water and soap; maintaining physical distance from other people (at least keep 2 meters (6 feet) distance between two individuals).”