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Belivers attend the Sunday mass without wearing masks and social distancing at Ufunuo na Uzima Church in Dar es Salaam on February 7, 2021. - For more than six months, Tanzania has tried to convince the world it has been cured of the coronavirus, through prayer, while refusing to take measures to curb its spread. However dissent is mounting along with deaths attributed to "pneumonia", with even a politician in semi-autonomous Zanzibar admitting he has the virus. (Photo by STRINGER / AFP)
2021-02-07
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