Botswana leader to miss provincial gathering because of self-quarantine

 Botswana's leader will miss a Southern African provincial gathering he had been because of seat on Thursday to examine late assaults on Mozambique after a staff part tried positive for COVID-19, provoking him to self-isolate, his office said on Tuesday. 

Botswana, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Mozambique will go to a highest point of a division of the Southern African Development Community (SADC), where they will get a report on how they can help Mozambique's Cabo Delgado region following Islamic State-connected assaults there. 

Botswana is the current seat of that division, which is entrusted with advancing harmony and security around there. 

VP Slumber Tsogwane will lead Botswana's assignment to the highest point, the president's press secretary, Batlhalefi Leagajang, said in a proclamation. 

Leagajang said President Mokgweetsi Masisi self-isolated was "out of (an) plenitude of alert." 

Botswana has had in excess of 45,850 instances of the Covid and in excess of 690 passings since the pandemic started, as indicated by a Reuters count.

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