Gambia army chief has clocked about ten of fourteen days in self-isolation.
Major General Yankuba Drammeh went into seclusion March 17 upon being told he boarded the same plane as Gambia’s first covid-19 positive patient.
In the lead up to this Drammeh tested negative to examinations conducted at the airport upon landing from a meeting in Morocco.
Gambia have just two confirmed positive cases of the illness that has killed 21,031 people infecting 465,915 globally following death of the Bangladeshi preacher which initially sent the figure of cases to three.
Yankuba who took office days ago as the sacked Masaneh Kinteh’s replacement, is expected to complete his isolation in the 14th day.