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MINISTRY OF HEALTH AGAINST SENSATIONAL REPORTING

The Ministry of Health has called on journalists in the country to settle for verified facts in their reporting to avoid sensationalism as it puts the public in panic.

Principal Secretary responsible for Administration in the Ministry of Health, Beston Chisamile, made the call in Salima where Oxfam in collaboration with Central Medical Trust engaged journalists in a two-day workshop to bridge the knowledge gap in reporting medicines and medical supplies.

Reported by Charles Wahara, MBC Online Services.

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