24-Mar-2020 to 18:17

eSwatini: Foreign soccer players go home for 2 months over Covid-19

APA-Mbabane (eSwatini) — The Premier League of eSwatini (PLE) has allowed football teams to release foreign players and let them go to their respective home countries for a period of two months, follows the declaration of the Coronavirus pandemic as a state of emergency for the next two months.

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24-Mar-2020 to 07:49

eSwatini registers fifth COVID-19 case

APA-Mbabane (eSwatini) — eSwatini has confirmed a fifth case of COVID-19 amid rising number of people presenting themselves to medical facilities with suspected symptoms.

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22-Mar-2020 to 06:47

eSwatini's confirmed COVID-19 cases rise to four

APA-Mbabane (eSwatini) — Three more people have been confirmed to be having COVID-19, a disease resulting from coronavirus infection.

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21-Mar-2020 to 11:57

eSwatini COVID-19 patient cleared of disease – Minister

APA-Mbabane (eSwatini) — Laboratory results have shown that an eSwatini woman who was diagnosed with COVID-19 is now free from the disease, Health Minister Lizzie Nkosi announced on Friday night.

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18-Mar-2020 to 20:06

eSwatini dedicates 22 March for COVID-19 mass prayer

APA-Mbabane (eSwatini) — As a nation founded on the Christian religion, eSwatini has declared March 22, 2020 a day for a national prayer for the coronavirus.

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17-Mar-2020 to 17:34

Coronavirus: eSwatini cancels King’s birthday celebrations

APA-Mbabane (eSwatini) — eSwatini has cancelled next month's celebrations to mark King Mswati III's 52nd birthday and ordered the closure of schools as it joins the growing number of African countries that have taken measures to contain the spread of coronavirus.

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16-Mar-2020 to 18:29

eSwatini shuts down borders with South Africa

APA-Mbabane (Mbabane) — The kingdom of eSwatini on Monday shut down six of its ten land borders with South Africa to minimise the movement of people and slow down the spread of the coronavirus.

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