Rapport N°13 sur la Pandémie Covid-19 à la Région de l’Extrême-Nord à télécharger SitRep13_Covid-19_EN
Depuis ce 1er juin 2020, les élèves inscrits en classe d’examen ainsi que des étudiants de tous les ordres d’enseignement ont repris les cours au Cameroun après une interruption de plus deux mois à cause du Covi19. Cette rentrée a été minutieusement préparée par le gouvernement qui a pris toutes les dispositions nécessaires. Dans le
The government of Cameroon has made public a schedule for the second phase of the repatriation of over six hundred Cameroonians stranded abroad due to shutdown as a result of the deadly corona virus pandemic. The presidential decree was released on April 23, 2020. According to the schedule, these citizens will be repatriated from different parts of the world in five groups. The schedule ran from
The Archbishop of Douala, His Grace Samuel Kleda, has made an attempt at treating symptoms of covid-19 with a herbal remedy free of charge. According to the Prelate, some staff of the diocese contracted the disease after coming in contact with positive cases of Covid-19. The herbal remedy was administered and the patients were reportedly relieved of pain. He reveals that having practiced traditional medicine for close to three decades, he is already familiar with the appropriate herbs for curing particular symptoms. With the outbreak of the covid 19 pandemic, he studied the symptoms and put together herbs which have treated people in the past.
(Français) With the coming of Covid-19 in Cameroon since the 6th of March 2020, and following the rapid increase in the number of cases each day, the government, in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Health, has been leaving no stone to ensure that those affected get proper health care under good hospitalized conditions.
CICAM Face Mask Available In Market 100% made of cotton and in conformity with the quality exigencies of ARNOR
The Cameroon cotton industry (CICAM) has made available in the market its protective face mask since May 07, 2020, intended to curb the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). It has added to many other masks which before now are in circulation. But the difference with the CICAM face mask is clear. According to GUY Alain MULEMA, Manager at the sales point at Avenue Kennedy in Yaounde, the mask is 100% cotton capable of preventing the contraction and propagation of COVID-19.
The Archbishop of Douala Archdioces, His Grace, Samuel Kleda, says the packaged purported COVID-19 cure carrying his name is fake.
Speaking this Sunday May 17, 2020, in a brief interview to the State broadcaster CRTV, the prelate, indicated that the product in circulation on social media is not his product.
“I will find a name for my product when the time comes. That moment to come will be during the official presentation of the product to the whole world and it is not yet the case”, Archbishop Kleda echoes.
The 21st Motorized Infantry Brigade (BRIM) headquartered in Buea has donated a huge consignment of Anti-coronavirus materials and food stuff to some 80 trainees at the National Disarmament Demobilisation and Rehabilitation Committee (NDDRC), Buea. This, in a bid to guard against the COVID-19 pandemic at the Centre.
The Anti-COVID-19 complete sanitary kit comprising: taps-adapted hand washing containers, Carmel water, wooden stands, waste water collectors, cartons of soap, dozens of hand sanitizers, protective face masks,
President Paul Biya’s Anti-COVID-19 gifts arrived Buea, South West Region on Wednesday, April 29, 2020 and were received by the Governor of South West Region, Bernard Okalia Bilai.
Receiving the Royal largesse comprising cartons of soap, hand-washing buckets, hand sanitizers, protective masks, containers adapted with taps, waste water collectors were loaded in four lorries at the Esplanade of the Governor’s Office, Governor Okalia intimated that the gifts were just the first lot, adding that a subsequent consignment is still awaited from Yaoundé. He further explained that the Presidential gifts were an eloquent testimony of President Biya’s
The offer destined to Cameroonians in all the 360 divisions of the country is mainly composed of hygienic products and medical kits; of 50,000 cartons of laundry soap, 50,000 surgical masks for health personnel, 75,000 buckets for domestic use, 1,5 million face masks, 40,000 hand washing cans of 30 litres each, rapid screening test kids