Djibouti reports first coronavirus case

Djibouti confirmed on Wednesday its first case of coronavirus, the Health Ministry said.

The ministry said the case was from a Spanish national who was part of a 32-member Spanish special forces unit that arrived Djibouti on March 14 and who tested positive on March 17.

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The ministry said the special forces unit did not come into contact with Djiboutians and they would return to Spain.

(Reuters)

 

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