South Sudan confirmed its sixth case of COVID-19
On Saturday, South Sudan announced the new case of the novel coronavirus was confirmed in Juba, bringing the total cases in the country to six.
It is raising concerns about the spread of COVID-19 within the community which would overwhelm South Sudan's health system.
Dr. Angok Gordon Kuol, the Incident Manager for COVID-19, said the patient is being treated in isolation. He also said the authorities would start tracking the people who had contact with the patient.
April 26: 1 new case found in Juba (source)
April 24: 1 new case found in Juba (source)
April 10: 1 new case (source)
April 9: 1 new case (source)
April 7: 1 new case (source)
April 5: first case (source)