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Algeria reports coronavirus cases rising

Algeria has reported that three new cases of the coronavirus have come to the nation, citing Reuters. This brings the number of positive-testing patients to eight all total across the Sahel nation.

Cases are rising slowly in the Sahel even after North Africans elected to evacuate their nationals from China earlier in the outbreak. See video footage from Voice of America below

African nationals are advised to forego panic and to focus on following public advisories and domestically enforcing a sense of elevated virus response. This includes basic virus prevention measures, such as sanitizing surfaces and latrines with bleach water, or soap and warm water if bleach is not available:

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