Fistula Eradication: Healthcare accessibility becomes a critical need in Eritrea

Fistula Eradication: Healthcare accessibility becomes a critical need in Eritrea

Obstetric fistula is among the most dangerous and devastating childbirth injuries that can happen nowadays. In Eritrea, one of several nations where obstetric fistula persists, there seems to be a long-standing dedication to eliminating, treating, and rehabilitating fistula patients. Obstetric fistula is a gap (hole) between the cervical canal and the bladder and/or rectum bladder…

COVID-19 figures updated by Eritrea’s health ministry show steady progress

COVID-19 figures updated by Eritrea’s health ministry show steady progress

There were seven people in Eritrea’s Central Region who sought therapy for COVID-19 recovery. These patients have all been discharged and returned to their families. Patients were receiving medical care at a facility in Eritrea’s Central Region.  In Eritrea’s Central Region, there are seven distinct hospitals, each of which treats patients in a particular manner….

COVID-19 figures from Eritrea’s health ministry among its citizens

COVID-19 figures from Eritrea’s health ministry among its citizens

During the testing that took place today at the Testing Station in Eritrea’s Central Region, one of the patients tested positive for COVID-19. The area is located in the country’s center. Following the testing, it was discovered that this information was correct. This had a direct impact on the increase in the total number of…

Eritrea receives modern equipment for optimal health service delivery

Eritrea receives modern equipment for optimal health service delivery

The Eritrean government’s healthcare policy is to serve the Eritrean people by fully utilizing modern medicine through building infrastructure, equipping modern equipment, and developing human resources. Over the last two decades, the government has made significant efforts to establish a sufficient quantity and distribution of competent health staff, which is critical for accomplishing national healthcare…

Eritrea’s Ministry of Health announces latest number of cases of COVID-19

Eritrea’s Ministry of Health announces latest number of cases of COVID-19

Five persons tested positive for COVID-19 today at Central Region Testing Stations. These patients have been positively identified as having the virus. Three patients who were undergoing medical treatment at Central Region hospitals, on the other hand, have completed their courses of therapy and have been freed from the institutions where they were being cared…

Announcement from the Eritrea Ministry of Health regarding rising COVID-19 cases and recoveries

Announcement from the Eritrea Ministry of Health regarding rising COVID-19 cases and recoveries

Today, two patients tested positive for COVID-19 at the Testing Station in the Central Region. Both of these patients were found to be infected with the virus. Two patients who were receiving medical treatment in a hospital in the Central Region, on the other hand, have achieved full recovery and have been freed from the…

Eritrea adapts the WHO integrated disease surveillance & response training guidelines

Eritrea adapts the WHO integrated disease surveillance & response training guidelines

The 2014 Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak in West Africa, as well as other recent health tragedies, demonstrated that many Member States have not completely implemented the IDSR and IHR (2005). As a result, 3rd edition IDSR technical guidelines will be required. As a result, the third edition IDSR technical guidelines were expected to be…

Misinformation helps dictatorships like Eritrea avoid releasing covid shots

Misinformation helps dictatorships like Eritrea avoid releasing covid shots

Only two countries, North Korea and Eritrea are dictatorial, destitute, and far enough away to deny their citizens immunizations. A mutated strain of COVID threatens the lives of 32 million people only because North Korea and Eritrea have not vaccinated their citizens. There are suspicions that the elites of both isolated nations, which have publicly…

Omicron Spreads Rapidly in Eritrea, resulting in new variants – Chinese Response Appears Insufficient 

Omicron Spreads Rapidly in Eritrea, resulting in new variants – Chinese Response Appears Insufficient 

In a statement, WHO director-general Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Tuesday that China’s draconian approach to the containment of the coronavirus was unsustainable due to the omicron strain’s highly contagious nature, stressing that every country must choose the best approach. During a news conference, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus called China’s “zero COVID” strategy “unsustainable,” mirroring…