South Sudanese Medical staff deployed to fight Coronavirus at Juba International Airport ran away after a plane carrying Chinese diplomats lands

Juba International Airport. #PhotoCourtesy
South Sudanese Medical staff deployed at Juba International Airport fled after a plane carrying Chinese diplomats lands at Sudan airport.
According to the Sudan’s Post, the South Sudan government begun screening all travelers at airports to help avert the spread of the corona-virus in the country.
As part of response intervention, South Sudan launched a detective machine that will help to sense the virus in the human body.
Juba International Airport. #PhotoCourtesy
Juba International Airport. #PhotoCourtesy
“We will not suspend travels between China and South Sudan but we are appealing to people that you consider the fragility of our health system and the vulnerability of our people,” said the minister of health.”

“If one case is imported to South Sudan, it will be a disaster and we have abundance and surplus of problems.”

“The WHO headquarters in Geneva has declared Coronavirus as a public health emergency of international concern that’s why also we have to be aware here in South Sudan and to be prepared. It’s not only confined to China,” said Dr. Riak Gai.

“It has spread to so many countries and as you know there is heavy traffic between South Sudan and China.”

The minister of health was speaking during the launch of the specialized equipment at Juba International Airport on Friday.

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