Mozambique: Covid-19 Jumps, But The Real Emergency Is Malaria and HIV

[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] Mozambique's Covid-19 new case rate has tripled in less than three weeks. The case rate has jumped from 26 per day on 26 July to 79 on 15 August (7 day moving average). Total cases are now 2800 and growth is exponential; deaths are still only 19.
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