She said while women were making the country proud by winning trophies, some of them did not stand a chance at getting married because of the way they looked.
The suspended newspaper, Uhuru, is owned by the country's ruling party Chama cha Mapinduzi (CCM), which has in effect been in power since 1961.
"Hassan uses a very good tone even when she is talking of the same things as those of her predecessor," they say.
This will be the first consignment of another type of vaccine to come to Uganda after AstraZeneca which has been used to inoculate more than one million people since the start of the exercise in March.
Chadema is set to hold a series of meetings around the country, starting with one in the port city of Mwanza on Wednesday.
Health Minister Dorothy Gwajima said at an event to promote the public wearing of masks in the capital Dodoma that “284 of the patients were hospitalized on oxygen therapy as of July 8.”
Barrick oversees the management of its assets in Tanzania through Twiga Minerals Corp, a joint venture formed in 2019 between the company and the government of Tanzania.
On Monday, President Samia announced Tanzania has recorded 100 such cases in recent days, and said 70 patients required oxygen. She warned citizens to protect themselves from infection.
Tanzania has started acknowledging the crisis and its impact, after President Samia Suluhu Hassan took over in March.
The East African country has been racing to catch up with COVID programmes across the continent since the death of its COVID-sceptic and vaccine-sceptic president John Magufuli in March.
Many people headed north to the Tanzanian border, but were rejected, or were admitted then returned via a different border post hours inland.
Reporting numbers on coronavirus infections and deaths would be an about turn for the government that hasn’t done so since May last year when then-President John Magufuli’s administration played down the threat from the disease.
The President has also allowed foreign embassies and international organizations to import vaccines to inoculate their employees, according to a statement from the presidency.
EU Commissioner for Crisis Management Janez Lenarcic met President Salva Kiir and the First Vice-President Riek Machar and urged them to accelerate the implementation of the agreement.
Democratic rights as well as individual and press freedom "are important for stimulating development and peace," she said in a maiden televised policy speech before parliament.
The President said she was forming a committee to research whether Tanzania should follow the course taken by the rest of the world against the pandemic.
Parliament has already approved his appointment.