UPDATE: Please make sure to read the comments. There is a lot of interesting and rational datums appearing there.
NAIROBI, Kenya — As Tanzania’s president has not been seen in public for more than two weeks, the East African country’s vice president on Monday sought to reassure the nation, saying it was “normal” for human beings to suffer colds and other illnesses.
“I want to assure you Tanzania is safe. It is normal for a human being to be tested, often for colds and flu, for anything,” Suluhu said. “I want to tell you that if there is an important time for Tanzanians to remain united, it is now. It is not the time to listen to information from outside the country which will confuse or divide us. Let all unite as Tanzanians and continue working to build this country.”
Here is an interesting graph. No idea if its all true, this was sent to us by a friend but I have not fact checked it. Stands to reason though, that if you don’t PCR test healthy people you won’t get tons of “cases”.
Here is a video on Tanzania from February 8, 2021
Four Saudi Arabian nationals have been arrested in connection with a bomb attack on a Tanzanian church that the country’s president has called “an act of terror”.
Wounded churchgoers lie on the ground as Roman Catholic nuns run for cover after a blast at the St. Joseph Mfanyakazi Roman Catholic Church in Arusha, Tanzania Photo: AP
By Mike Pflanz, Nairobi and agencies
11:42AM BST 06 May 2013
The Vatican’s ambassador to Tanzania was at the Roman Catholic church in Arusha, which had just been built and was holding its first mass, when the bomb went off.
He was unharmed, but two people died and 30 were injured in the first significant such raid on Tanzania’s Christian community at worship.