As of 7 August 2020, the cumulative total of confirmed COVID-19 cases in South Sudan stands at 2,472 with 47 deaths and 1,252 recoveries according to the Republic of South Sudan’s Ministry of Health. The country has administered 15,393 tests to date.
Movement restrictions continue to reduce the number of people crossing official border points with no movement of persons registered at a quarter of 58 tracked transport hubs during the reporting period (26%). However, most other points are located along porous borders that are difficult to control. The number of international flights has not returned to pre-COVID-19 standards but Kenya Airways has announced a resumption of flights to Juba.
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