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HEALTH ALERT: U.S. Embassy, Luanda (June 17, 2020)

Subject: HEALTH ALERT: U.S. Embassy, Luanda (June 17, 2020) Location: Angola (countrywide) Event: The Angolan Ministry of Health has confirmed 148 cases of COVID-19 in Angola. Angola remains under a continued State of Calamity.  Under the rules of the State of Calamity, health centers and hospitals may resume full operations; businesses may resume full operations with 75 ...
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Fiscal Transparency Report

REPORT DIVISION FOR INTERNATIONAL FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT BUREAU OF ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS AFFAIRS Fiscal transparency informs citizens how government revenues and tax revenues are spent and is a critical element of effective public financial management.  Transparency provides citizens a window into government budgets and helps hold governments accountable.  It helps build market confidence and sustainability.  The Congressionally mandated ...
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HEALTH ALERT: U.S. Embassy, Luanda (June 1, 2020)

Subject: HEALTH ALERT: U.S. Embassy, Luanda (June 1, 2020) Location: Angola (countrywide) Event: The Angolan Ministry of Health has confirmed 70 cases of COVID-19 in Angola. On May 25, the government of Angola downgraded the State of Emergency to a State of Calamity, which is scheduled to remain in effect through June 9.  Under the rules of ...
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HEALTH ALERT: U.S. Embassy, Luanda

Subject: HEALTH ALERT: U.S. Embassy, Luanda (May 19, 2020) Location: Angola (countrywide) Event: The Angolan Ministry of Health has confirmed 50 cases of COVID-19 in Angola. On May 8, the government of Angola extended the State of Emergency measures implemented to limit the spread of COVID-19 through May 25.  Schools and universities are closed until further notice, ...
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U.S. Government Contributes toward Coronavirus COVID-19 Response in Angola

May 12, 2020 U.S. Government Contributes toward Coronavirus COVID-19 Response in Angola Luanda, Angola – The United States Government has committed more than $3.5 million to support the Government of Angola’s response to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. The U.S. Ambassador to Angola, Nina Maria Fite, shares that “with an annual investment of more than 30 ...
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