The announcement peruses "WHO has distinguished 13 top need nations (Algeria, Angola, Côte d'Ivoire, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia) which either have direct connections or a high volume of movement to China."
"To guarantee quick recognition of the novel coronavirus, it is imperative to have research centers which can test tests and WHO is supporting nations to improve their testing limit. Since this is another infection, there are as of now just two referral research centers in the African area which have the reagents expected to direct such tests."
"Be that as it may, reagent units are being delivered to in excess of 20 different nations in the area, so analytic limit is required to increment over the coming days. Dynamic screening at air terminals has been built up in a lion's share of these nations and keeping in mind that they will be WHO first territories of center, the association will bolster all nations in the locale in their readiness endeavors," the WHO said in an announcement.