Since the declaration of the first official case of Covid-19 in Cameroon on 6 March 2020, the saints have been enjoying the Lord, and no saint has reportedly been contaminated by Covid-19. The Government, as in other countries, issued restrictive measures in order to limit the spread of the disease.
The pandemic has not affected meetings in Buea, Douala and Bamenda, given that the number of saints in these three localities does not exceed the maximum number of fifty (50) people allowed in a gathering by the Government. So, all the meetings go on normally in these localities and, with the exception of Douala, the saints continue to break bread in remembrance of the Lord. However, the saints in Bamenda face some difficulties to meet regularly due to frequent lockdown imposed by the ongoing security crisis in the Anglophone regions of the country.
The locality of Yaounde is slightly affected in the way of meeting because the number of saints there exceeds fifty (50). The meetings have consequently been rearranged and the saints now meet in small groups in some homes, breaking bread and continuing in the enjoyment of the Lord and the expression of His testimony. The brothers meet regularly to pray and look up to the Lord for proper direction. Occasionally, the saints also partake in the international online conferences.