Category Archives: Health Protection

Ethiopia Reports 584 New Coronavirus Cases, 20 Fatalities

Addis Ababa: Ministry of Health on Tuesday has reported 584 new Coronavirus cases and 20 deaths, pushing the total confirmed tally in the country to 24,175. In its daily update, the ministry stated that some 584 people tested positive for COVID-19 out of the 11, 881 samples conducted over the last 24 hours. The Ministry

Chinese Company TikTok Provides 100,000 COVID-19 Testing -Kits to Ethiopia

Addis Ababa : A Chinese Private company TikTok has provided 100,000 COVID-19 testing kits to Ethiopia today to support the nation’s testing effort. Chinese Ambassador to Ethiopia, Tan Jian handed over the medical equipment to Minister of Health, Dr. Lia Tadesse. On the occasion, Dr. Lia said the support will contribute to enhancing the country’s

Africa COVID-19 Cases Surpasses One Million

Addis Ababa:  Africa’s confirmed coronavirus cases have surpassed 1 million, according to the Center for Disease Control for Africa (CDC-Africa). CDC-Africa reported that the number of COVID-19 cases has reached 1,022,084. In addition to the confirmed cases, 22,491 people have died from COVID-19 in the continent, the report stated. According to CDC-Africa, the continent has

South Korea Provides 10 Mln USD to Ethiopia, Africa CDC to Help Prevent COVID-19

Addis Ababa : The Government of South Korea has decided to provide Ethiopia and African countries with 10 million USD to support COVID-19 response capacity building. The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and the Ministry of Health of Ethiopia signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Friday. According to a press release from the Korean Embassy

Ministry Reports 15 Deaths, 552 New COVID-19 Cases in a Day

Addis Abeba  : Ministry of Health has reported 15 deaths and 552 new coronavirus cases, pushing the total tally in the country to 21,452. In its daily update, the ministry stated that 15 persons have lost their lives from the virus, bringing the number fatalities in the country to 380. Some 552 people tested positive