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COVID-19 Cases Jump in South Sudan

South Sudan should expect to see a spike in coronavirus cases in coming days, according to at least one public health expert. Twenty-eight new cases were confirmed Tuesday by the country’s high-level task force on COVID-19, bringing the total to 34. Dr. Akuay Cham, an associate professor at the College of Public Health at the University of Juba, called the one-day increase in the number of confirmed cases worrying and said it indicated the virus was being transmitted locally. “When we have, for example, an imported case, a case coming from outside, it is easy to track.
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