Tanzania is an African country that is full of diversity and culture, and it's one of the most beautiful countries in Africa. But there's something very interesting about Tanzania, well that is the fact that they haven't gone under strict lockdown. Tanzanian people have been going about their daily lives like there's no pandemic.
The truth is, Tanzania recorded it's first couple of cases, where they found a couple of people tested positive for the Corona virus, and we'll that didn't scare them at all. The president of Tanzania decided to conduct an experiment that was going to help their country to determine whether the testing kits are faulty or not.
So they decided to test a goat and a Paw Paw fruit and whta they found was very intriguing, both the tests for the paw paw and the goat both came out positive, and what this meant was that the testing kit that came from China was indeed faulty.
Well when the president told the World Health Organization about this, well they simply refused and said there's no way the testing kits, can be faulty.
Well it seems today Tanzania has recorded less than a thousand cases in their country and the country actually continues to live as if everything is normal, and it's possible for people to travel to Tanzania.
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