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  •  Total number nbsp positive cases in Africa nbsp 8 536 50 countries 360 deaths 710 recovery cases by Region African Union Member States 50 reporting COVID 19 cases 8 536 deaths 360 and recoveries 710 by region nbsp Central 766 cases 32 deaths 28 recoveries nbsp Burundi 3 0 0 Cameroon 509 8 17 Central African Republic 9 0 3 Chad 9 0 1 Congo 45 5 2 DRC 154 18 3 Equatorial Guinea 16 0 1 Gabon 21 1 1 Eastern 707 14 23 Djibouti 51 0 8 Eritrea 29 0 0 Ethiopia 38 0 4 Kenya 126 4 4 Madagascar 70 0 0 Mauritius 196 7 0 Rwanda 102 0 0 Seychelles 10 0 0 Somalia 7 0 1 Sudan 10 2 3 Tanzania 20 1 3 Uganda 48 0 0 Northern 3 837 255 391 Algeria 1 171 105 77 Egypt 1 170 71 241 Libya 18 1 0 Mauritania 6 1 2 Morocco 919 59 66 Tunisia 553 18 5 Southern 1 682 14 51 Angola 8 2 0 Botswana 4 1 0 Eswatini 9 0 1 Malawi 4 0 0 Mozambique 10 0 1 nbsp Namibia 14 0 2 South Africa 1 585 9 45 Zambia 39 1 2 Zimbabwe 9 1 0 Western 1 541 45 217 Benin 16 0 2 Burkina Faso 318 16 66 Cape Verde 6 1 0 C ocirc te d 039 Ivoire 245 1 25 Gambia 4 1 2 Ghana 214 5 3 Guinea 52 0 1 Guinea Bissau 18 0 0 Liberia 10 1 3 Mali 39 3 0 Niger 144 8 0 Nigeria 214 4 25 Senegal 219 2 72 Sierra Leone 4 0 0 Togo 41 3 18
    Africa – COVID-19 Surveillance Update: 5 April 2020 9:00a.m
     Total number nbsp positive cases in Africa nbsp 8 536 50 countries 360 deaths 710 recovery cases by Region African Union Member States 50 reporting COVID 19 cases 8 536 deaths 360 and recoveries 710 by region nbsp Central 766 cases 32 deaths 28 recoveries nbsp Burundi 3 0 0 Cameroon 509 8 17 Central African Republic 9 0 3 Chad 9 0 1 Congo 45 5 2 DRC 154 18 3 Equatorial Guinea 16 0 1 Gabon 21 1 1 Eastern 707 14 23 Djibouti 51 0 8 Eritrea 29 0 0 Ethiopia 38 0 4 Kenya 126 4 4 Madagascar 70 0 0 Mauritius 196 7 0 Rwanda 102 0 0 Seychelles 10 0 0 Somalia 7 0 1 Sudan 10 2 3 Tanzania 20 1 3 Uganda 48 0 0 Northern 3 837 255 391 Algeria 1 171 105 77 Egypt 1 170 71 241 Libya 18 1 0 Mauritania 6 1 2 Morocco 919 59 66 Tunisia 553 18 5 Southern 1 682 14 51 Angola 8 2 0 Botswana 4 1 0 Eswatini 9 0 1 Malawi 4 0 0 Mozambique 10 0 1 nbsp Namibia 14 0 2 South Africa 1 585 9 45 Zambia 39 1 2 Zimbabwe 9 1 0 Western 1 541 45 217 Benin 16 0 2 Burkina Faso 318 16 66 Cape Verde 6 1 0 C ocirc te d 039 Ivoire 245 1 25 Gambia 4 1 2 Ghana 214 5 3 Guinea 52 0 1 Guinea Bissau 18 0 0 Liberia 10 1 3 Mali 39 3 0 Niger 144 8 0 Nigeria 214 4 25 Senegal 219 2 72 Sierra Leone 4 0 0 Togo 41 3 18
    Africa – COVID-19 Surveillance Update: 5 April 2020 9:00a.m
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    Africa – COVID-19 Surveillance Update: 5 April 2020 9:00a.m


    Total number positive cases in #Africa 8,536

    50 countries

    360 deaths

    710 recovery cases by Region

    African Union Member States (50) reporting COVID-19 cases (8,536), deaths (360), and recoveries (710) by region: 

    Central (766 cases; 32 deaths; 28 recoveries):  Burundi (3; 0; 0), Cameroon (509; 8; 17), Central African Republic (9; 0; 3), Chad (9; 0; 1), Congo (45; 5; 2), DRC (154; 18; 3), Equatorial Guinea (16; 0; 1), Gabon (21; 1; 1)

    Eastern (707; 14; 23): Djibouti (51; 0; 8), Eritrea (29; 0; 0), Ethiopia (38; 0; 4), Kenya (126; 4; 4), Madagascar (70; 0; 0), Mauritius (196; 7; 0), Rwanda (102; 0; 0), Seychelles (10; 0; 0), Somalia (7; 0; 1), Sudan (10; 2; 3), Tanzania (20; 1; 3), Uganda (48; 0; 0)

    Northern (3,837; 255; 391): Algeria (1,171; 105; 77), Egypt (1,170; 71; 241), Libya (18; 1; 0), Mauritania (6; 1; 2), Morocco (919; 59; 66), Tunisia (553; 18; 5)

    Southern (1,682; 14; 51): Angola (8; 2; 0), Botswana (4; 1; 0), Eswatini (9; 0; 1), Malawi (4; 0; 0), Mozambique (10; 0; 1), Namibia (14; 0; 2), South Africa (1,585; 9; 45), Zambia (39; 1; 2), Zimbabwe (9; 1; 0)

    Western (1,541; 45; 217): Benin (16; 0; 2), Burkina Faso (318; 16; 66), Cape Verde (6; 1; 0), Côte d'Ivoire (245; 1; 25), Gambia (4; 1; 2), Ghana (214; 5; 3), Guinea (52; 0; 1), Guinea-Bissau (18; 0; 0), Liberia (10; 1; 3), Mali (39; 3; 0), Niger (144; 8; 0), Nigeria (214; 4; 25), Senegal (219; 2; 72), Sierra Leone (4; 0; 0), Togo (41; 3; 18)

  •  Total number nbsp positive cases in Africa nbsp 8 736 50 countries 399 deaths 747 recovery cases by Region African Union Member States 51 reporting COVID 19 cases 8 736 deaths 399 and recoveries 747 by region nbsp Central 766 cases 32 deaths 28 recoveries nbsp Burundi 3 0 0 Cameroon 509 8 17 Central African Republic 9 0 3 Chad 9 0 1 Congo 45 5 2 DRC 154 18 3 Equatorial Guinea 16 0 1 Gabon 21 1 1 Eastern 762 15 27 Djibouti 51 0 8 Eritrea 29 0 0 Ethiopia 43 1 4 Kenya 142 4 4 Madagascar 72 0 0 Mauritius 227 7 0 Rwanda 102 0 4 Seychelles 10 0 0 Somalia 7 0 1 South Sudan 1 0 0 Sudan 10 2 3 Tanzania 20 1 3 Uganda 48 0 0 Northern 3 959 290 408 Algeria 1 251 130 90 Egypt 1 170 71 241 Libya 18 1 0 Mauritania 6 1 2 Morocco 961 69 70 Tunisia 553 18 5 Southern 1 684 14 53 Angola 8 2 0 Botswana 4 1 0 Eswatini 9 0 1 Malawi 4 0 0 Mozambique 10 0 1 nbsp Namibia 16 0 2 South Africa 1 585 9 45 Zambia 39 1 3 Zimbabwe 9 1 0 Western 1 565 48 231 Benin 16 0 2 Burkina Faso 318 16 66 Cape Verde 6 1 0 C ocirc te d 039 Ivoire 245 1 25 Gambia 4 1 2 Ghana 214 5 3 Guinea 52 0 1 Guinea Bissau 18 0 0 Liberia 13 3 3 Mali 39 3 0 Niger 144 8 0 Nigeria 224 5 27 Senegal 222 2 82 Sierra Leone 6 0 0 Togo 44 3 20
    Africa – COVID-19 Surveillance Update: 5 April 2020 5:00p.m
     Total number nbsp positive cases in Africa nbsp 8 736 50 countries 399 deaths 747 recovery cases by Region African Union Member States 51 reporting COVID 19 cases 8 736 deaths 399 and recoveries 747 by region nbsp Central 766 cases 32 deaths 28 recoveries nbsp Burundi 3 0 0 Cameroon 509 8 17 Central African Republic 9 0 3 Chad 9 0 1 Congo 45 5 2 DRC 154 18 3 Equatorial Guinea 16 0 1 Gabon 21 1 1 Eastern 762 15 27 Djibouti 51 0 8 Eritrea 29 0 0 Ethiopia 43 1 4 Kenya 142 4 4 Madagascar 72 0 0 Mauritius 227 7 0 Rwanda 102 0 4 Seychelles 10 0 0 Somalia 7 0 1 South Sudan 1 0 0 Sudan 10 2 3 Tanzania 20 1 3 Uganda 48 0 0 Northern 3 959 290 408 Algeria 1 251 130 90 Egypt 1 170 71 241 Libya 18 1 0 Mauritania 6 1 2 Morocco 961 69 70 Tunisia 553 18 5 Southern 1 684 14 53 Angola 8 2 0 Botswana 4 1 0 Eswatini 9 0 1 Malawi 4 0 0 Mozambique 10 0 1 nbsp Namibia 16 0 2 South Africa 1 585 9 45 Zambia 39 1 3 Zimbabwe 9 1 0 Western 1 565 48 231 Benin 16 0 2 Burkina Faso 318 16 66 Cape Verde 6 1 0 C ocirc te d 039 Ivoire 245 1 25 Gambia 4 1 2 Ghana 214 5 3 Guinea 52 0 1 Guinea Bissau 18 0 0 Liberia 13 3 3 Mali 39 3 0 Niger 144 8 0 Nigeria 224 5 27 Senegal 222 2 82 Sierra Leone 6 0 0 Togo 44 3 20
    Africa – COVID-19 Surveillance Update: 5 April 2020 5:00p.m
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    Africa – COVID-19 Surveillance Update: 5 April 2020 5:00p.m


    Total number positive cases in #Africa 8,736

    50 countries

    399 deaths

    747 recovery cases by Region

    African Union Member States (51) reporting COVID-19 cases (8,736), deaths (399), and recoveries (747) by region: 

    Central (766 cases; 32 deaths; 28 recoveries):  Burundi (3; 0; 0), Cameroon (509; 8; 17), Central African Republic (9; 0; 3), Chad (9; 0; 1), Congo (45; 5; 2), DRC (154; 18; 3), Equatorial Guinea (16; 0; 1), Gabon (21; 1; 1)

    Eastern (762; 15; 27): Djibouti (51; 0; 8), Eritrea (29; 0; 0), Ethiopia (43; 1; 4), Kenya (142; 4; 4), Madagascar (72; 0; 0), Mauritius (227; 7; 0), Rwanda (102; 0; 4), Seychelles (10; 0; 0), Somalia (7; 0; 1), South Sudan (1; 0; 0), Sudan (10; 2; 3), Tanzania (20; 1; 3), Uganda (48; 0; 0)

    Northern (3,959; 290; 408): Algeria (1,251; 130; 90), Egypt (1,170; 71; 241), Libya (18; 1; 0), Mauritania (6; 1; 2), Morocco (961; 69; 70), Tunisia (553; 18; 5)

    Southern (1,684; 14; 53): Angola (8; 2; 0), Botswana (4; 1; 0), Eswatini (9; 0; 1), Malawi (4; 0; 0), Mozambique (10; 0; 1), Namibia (16; 0; 2), South Africa (1,585; 9; 45), Zambia (39; 1; 3), Zimbabwe (9; 1; 0)

    Western (1,565; 48; 231): Benin (16; 0; 2), Burkina Faso (318; 16; 66), Cape Verde (6; 1; 0), Côte d'Ivoire (245; 1; 25), Gambia (4; 1; 2), Ghana (214; 5; 3), Guinea (52; 0; 1), Guinea-Bissau (18; 0; 0), Liberia (13; 3; 3), Mali (39; 3; 0), Niger (144; 8; 0), Nigeria (224; 5; 27), Senegal (222; 2; 82), Sierra Leone (6; 0; 0), Togo (44; 3; 20)

  •  The Nigeria Union of Journalists NUJ has pleaded with the Federal Government not to get Chinese medical team involved in the fight against Coronavirus in the country Mr Chris Isiguzo NUJ President in a statement on Saturday said the union was alarmed by the decision of the Federal Government to bring Chinese Medical doctors into Nigeria to fight COVID 19 According to Isiguzo the Nigerian medical doctors are doing exceptionally well in fighting the outbreak We caution that it will be counter productive to bring in Chinese doctors We reject a situation where Nigerians will be used as a Guinea pig for any experiment Thus it is pertinent to plead with the Federal Government to stop this Medical Team from coming to Nigeria because of the Italian example where there was an inexplicable spike in COVID 19 related deaths when the Chinese doctors arrived the country The Federal Government should as a matter of urgent concern investigate the allegation that what is happening today is associated with the launch of the 5G communication network as Nigerians are becoming more agitated We urge the Federal Government to be more proactive in dealing with these emerging issues because any mistake made will be catastrophic Isiguzo submitted Edited By Abiemwense Moru Wale Ojetimi NAN
    COVID-19: NUJ begs FG to avoid Chinese medical team
     The Nigeria Union of Journalists NUJ has pleaded with the Federal Government not to get Chinese medical team involved in the fight against Coronavirus in the country Mr Chris Isiguzo NUJ President in a statement on Saturday said the union was alarmed by the decision of the Federal Government to bring Chinese Medical doctors into Nigeria to fight COVID 19 According to Isiguzo the Nigerian medical doctors are doing exceptionally well in fighting the outbreak We caution that it will be counter productive to bring in Chinese doctors We reject a situation where Nigerians will be used as a Guinea pig for any experiment Thus it is pertinent to plead with the Federal Government to stop this Medical Team from coming to Nigeria because of the Italian example where there was an inexplicable spike in COVID 19 related deaths when the Chinese doctors arrived the country The Federal Government should as a matter of urgent concern investigate the allegation that what is happening today is associated with the launch of the 5G communication network as Nigerians are becoming more agitated We urge the Federal Government to be more proactive in dealing with these emerging issues because any mistake made will be catastrophic Isiguzo submitted Edited By Abiemwense Moru Wale Ojetimi NAN
    COVID-19: NUJ begs FG to avoid Chinese medical team
    Metro3 years ago

    COVID-19: NUJ begs FG to avoid Chinese medical team

    The Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) has pleaded with the Federal Government not to get Chinese medical team involved in the fight against Coronavirus in the country.

    Mr Chris Isiguzo, NUJ President in a statement on Saturday, said the union was alarmed by the decision of the Federal Government to bring  Chinese Medical doctors into Nigeria to fight COVID-19.

    According to Isiguzo, the Nigerian medical doctors are doing exceptionally well in fighting the outbreak.

    “We caution that it will be counter productive to bring in Chinese doctors. We  reject a situation where Nigerians will be used as a Guinea pig for any experiment.

    “Thus, it is pertinent to plead with the Federal Government to stop this Medical Team from coming to Nigeria because of the Italian example where there was an inexplicable spike in COVID-19 related deaths when the Chinese doctors arrived the country.

    “The Federal Government should as a matter of urgent concern investigate the allegation, that what is happening today is associated with the launch of the 5G communication network as Nigerians are becoming more agitated.

    “We urge the Federal Government to be more proactive in dealing with these emerging issues because any mistake made will be catastrophic,” Isiguzo submitted.


    Edited By: Abiemwense Moru/Wale Ojetimi
    (NAN)

  •  Total number positive cases in Africa 7 028 50 countries nbsp 289 deaths nbsp 592 recovery cases by Region African Union Member States 50 reporting COVID 19 cases 7 123 deaths 289 and recoveries 592 by region nbsp nbsp Central 535 cases 24 deaths 20 recoveries nbsp Burundi 3 0 0 Cameroon 306 7 10 Central African Republic 8 0 3 Chad 7 0 0 Congo 41 3 2 DRC 134 13 3 Equatorial Guinea 15 0 1 Gabon 21 1 1 Eastern 643 14 16 Djibouti 41 0 2 Eritrea 22 0 0 Ethiopia 35 0 4 Kenya 122 3 4 Madagascar 65 0 0 Mauritius 186 7 0 Rwanda 84 0 0 Seychelles 10 0 0 Somalia 5 0 1 Sudan 8 2 2 Tanzania 20 1 3 Uganda 45 0 0 Northern 3 057 203 332 Algeria 986 83 77 Egypt 865 58 201 Libya 11 1 0 Mauritania 5 0 0 Morocco 735 47 49 Tunisia 455 14 5 Southern 1 558 10 48 Angola 8 2 0 Botswana 4 1 0 Eswatini 9 0 1 Malawi 3 0 0 Mozambique 10 0 0 nbsp Namibia 14 0 2 South Africa 1 462 5 45 Zambia 39 1 0 Zimbabwe 9 1 0 Western 1 330 38 176 Benin 16 0 2 Burkina Faso 288 16 50 Cape Verde 6 1 0 C ocirc te d 039 Ivoire 194 1 15 Gambia 4 1 2 Ghana 204 5 3 Guinea 30 0 1 Guinea Bissau 9 0 0 Liberia 6 0 0 Mali 36 3 0 Niger 98 5 0 Nigeria 190 2 20 Senegal 207 1 66 Sierra Leone 2 0 0 Togo 40 3 17
    Africa: COVID-19 Surveillance Update -3 April 2020 5:00p.m
     Total number positive cases in Africa 7 028 50 countries nbsp 289 deaths nbsp 592 recovery cases by Region African Union Member States 50 reporting COVID 19 cases 7 123 deaths 289 and recoveries 592 by region nbsp nbsp Central 535 cases 24 deaths 20 recoveries nbsp Burundi 3 0 0 Cameroon 306 7 10 Central African Republic 8 0 3 Chad 7 0 0 Congo 41 3 2 DRC 134 13 3 Equatorial Guinea 15 0 1 Gabon 21 1 1 Eastern 643 14 16 Djibouti 41 0 2 Eritrea 22 0 0 Ethiopia 35 0 4 Kenya 122 3 4 Madagascar 65 0 0 Mauritius 186 7 0 Rwanda 84 0 0 Seychelles 10 0 0 Somalia 5 0 1 Sudan 8 2 2 Tanzania 20 1 3 Uganda 45 0 0 Northern 3 057 203 332 Algeria 986 83 77 Egypt 865 58 201 Libya 11 1 0 Mauritania 5 0 0 Morocco 735 47 49 Tunisia 455 14 5 Southern 1 558 10 48 Angola 8 2 0 Botswana 4 1 0 Eswatini 9 0 1 Malawi 3 0 0 Mozambique 10 0 0 nbsp Namibia 14 0 2 South Africa 1 462 5 45 Zambia 39 1 0 Zimbabwe 9 1 0 Western 1 330 38 176 Benin 16 0 2 Burkina Faso 288 16 50 Cape Verde 6 1 0 C ocirc te d 039 Ivoire 194 1 15 Gambia 4 1 2 Ghana 204 5 3 Guinea 30 0 1 Guinea Bissau 9 0 0 Liberia 6 0 0 Mali 36 3 0 Niger 98 5 0 Nigeria 190 2 20 Senegal 207 1 66 Sierra Leone 2 0 0 Togo 40 3 17
    Africa: COVID-19 Surveillance Update -3 April 2020 5:00p.m
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    Africa: COVID-19 Surveillance Update -3 April 2020 5:00p.m


    Total number positive cases in Africa 7,028 50 countries  289 deaths  592 recovery cases by Region

    African Union Member States (50) reporting COVID-19 cases (7,123), deaths (289), and recoveries (592) by region:   

    Central (535 cases, 24 deaths, 20 recoveries):  Burundi (3, 0, 0), Cameroon (306, 7, 10), Central African Republic (8, 0, 3), Chad (7, 0, 0), Congo (41, 3, 2), DRC (134, 13, 3), Equatorial Guinea (15, 0, 1), Gabon (21, 1, 1)

    Eastern (643, 14, 16): Djibouti (41, 0, 2), Eritrea (22, 0, 0), Ethiopia (35, 0, 4), Kenya (122, 3, 4), Madagascar (65, 0, 0), Mauritius (186, 7, 0), Rwanda (84, 0, 0), Seychelles (10, 0, 0), Somalia (5, 0, 1), Sudan (8, 2, 2), Tanzania (20, 1, 3), Uganda (45, 0, 0)

    Northern (3,057, 203, 332): Algeria (986, 83, 77), Egypt (865, 58, 201), Libya (11, 1, 0), Mauritania (5, 0, 0), Morocco (735, 47, 49), Tunisia (455, 14, 5)

    Southern (1,558, 10, 48): Angola (8, 2, 0), Botswana (4, 1, 0), Eswatini (9, 0, 1), Malawi, (3,0,0), Mozambique (10, 0, 0),  Namibia (14, 0, 2), South Africa (1,462, 5, 45), Zambia (39, 1, 0), Zimbabwe (9, 1, 0)

    Western (1,330, 38, 176): Benin (16, 0, 2), Burkina Faso (288, 16, 50), Cape Verde (6, 1, 0), Côte d'Ivoire (194, 1, 15), Gambia (4, 1, 2), Ghana (204, 5, 3), Guinea (30, 0, 1), Guinea-Bissau (9, 0, 0), Liberia (6, 0, 0), Mali (36, 3, 0), Niger (98, 5, 0), Nigeria (190, 2, 20), Senegal (207, 1, 66), Sierra Leone (2, 0, 0), Togo (40, 3, 17)

  •   Dr Matshidiso Moeti World Health Organisation WHO Regional Director for Africa has called on African governments to share data on Coronavirus COVID 19 for effective surveillance in the region Moeti made the call in her twitter account at Dr MoetiTshidi We work on a day to day basis with government but they have an obligation to share data under the International Health Regulations We remind them periodically that this is a protection for them but also a responsibility According to her WHO is working with other major supporters of research and in country experts to coordinate participation and how countries participate in clinical trials On availability of COVID 19 testing kits in Africa she acknowledged that it was a challenge in the region to get enough testing kits and ventilators It is a recognised challenge and something we work on with our logistics team every day What we do know is that there is a big gap in the number is ventilators in countries As this happens in the context of a global shortage and lockdowns that will make the transport of these ventilators more difficult Also the regional director acknowledged the difficulty people were encountering because of the restriction of movement and the lockdown There needs to be very careful thoughtful analysis and mitigation measures are needed to make sure people do not suffer unduly she said Meanwhile the WHO Regional Office for Africa in Brazzaville Congo had on Thursday confirmed 6 075 cases of COVID 19 on African continent with 214 deaths in the update posted on its twitter account WHOAFRO They are 6 075 cases on the African continent with 214 deaths and 478 recoveries reported In past seven days four new countries in the Region have confirmed cases of COVID 19 including Botswana Burundi Guinea Bissau and Sierra Leone The agency said South Africa currently had the highest in the region with 1 380 cases and five deaths Algeria 847 cases with 58 deaths and Burkina Faso has 261 confirmed cases with 14 deaths Nigeria has 174 confirmed cases nine have been discharged with two deaths it stated Edited By Abiemwense Moru Sadiya Hamza NAN
    COVID-19: WHO regional director tasks African Govts. on data sharing
      Dr Matshidiso Moeti World Health Organisation WHO Regional Director for Africa has called on African governments to share data on Coronavirus COVID 19 for effective surveillance in the region Moeti made the call in her twitter account at Dr MoetiTshidi We work on a day to day basis with government but they have an obligation to share data under the International Health Regulations We remind them periodically that this is a protection for them but also a responsibility According to her WHO is working with other major supporters of research and in country experts to coordinate participation and how countries participate in clinical trials On availability of COVID 19 testing kits in Africa she acknowledged that it was a challenge in the region to get enough testing kits and ventilators It is a recognised challenge and something we work on with our logistics team every day What we do know is that there is a big gap in the number is ventilators in countries As this happens in the context of a global shortage and lockdowns that will make the transport of these ventilators more difficult Also the regional director acknowledged the difficulty people were encountering because of the restriction of movement and the lockdown There needs to be very careful thoughtful analysis and mitigation measures are needed to make sure people do not suffer unduly she said Meanwhile the WHO Regional Office for Africa in Brazzaville Congo had on Thursday confirmed 6 075 cases of COVID 19 on African continent with 214 deaths in the update posted on its twitter account WHOAFRO They are 6 075 cases on the African continent with 214 deaths and 478 recoveries reported In past seven days four new countries in the Region have confirmed cases of COVID 19 including Botswana Burundi Guinea Bissau and Sierra Leone The agency said South Africa currently had the highest in the region with 1 380 cases and five deaths Algeria 847 cases with 58 deaths and Burkina Faso has 261 confirmed cases with 14 deaths Nigeria has 174 confirmed cases nine have been discharged with two deaths it stated Edited By Abiemwense Moru Sadiya Hamza NAN
    COVID-19: WHO regional director tasks African Govts. on data sharing
    Health3 years ago

    COVID-19: WHO regional director tasks African Govts. on data sharing

     Dr Matshidiso Moeti, World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Director for Africa, has called on African governments to share data on Coronavirus (COVID-19) for effective surveillance  in the region.

    Moeti made the call in her twitter account at Dr @MoetiTshidi.

    “We work on a day to day basis with government, but they have an obligation to share data under the International Health Regulations.

    “We remind them periodically that this is a protection for them…but also a responsibility.”

    According to her, WHO is working with other major supporters of research and in-country experts to coordinate participation and how countries participate in clinical trials.

    On availability of COVID-19 testing kits in Africa, she acknowledged that it was a challenge in the region to get enough testing kits and ventilators.

    “It is a recognised challenge and something we work on with our logistics team every day.

    “What we do know is that there is a big gap in the number is ventilators in countries.

    “As this happens in the context of a global shortage and lockdowns… that will make the transport of these ventilators more difficult.’’

    Also, the regional director acknowledged the difficulty people were encountering because of the restriction of movement and the lockdown.

    “There needs to be very careful, thoughtful analysis and mitigation measures are needed to make sure people do not suffer unduly,” she said.

    Meanwhile, the WHO Regional Office for Africa in Brazzaville, Congo, had on Thursday confirmed 6,075 cases of COVID-19 on African continent with 214 deaths in the update posted on its twitter account @WHOAFRO.

    “They are 6,075 cases on the African continent, with 214 deaths and 478 recoveries reported.

    “In past seven days, four new countries in the Region have confirmed cases of COVID-19, including Botswana, Burundi, Guinea Bissau and Sierra Leone.”

    The agency said South Africa currently had the highest in the region with 1,380 cases and five deaths, Algeria 847 cases with 58 deaths and Burkina Faso has 261 confirmed cases with 14 deaths.

    “Nigeria has 174 confirmed cases, nine have been discharged with two deaths,’’ it stated.


    Edited By: Abiemwense Moru/Sadiya Hamza
    (NAN)

  •  African Union Member States 50 reporting COVID 19 cases 7 028 deaths 284 and recoveries 561 by region Central 535 cases 24 deaths 20 recoveries Burundi 3 0 0 Cameroon 306 7 10 Central African Republic 8 0 3 Chad 7 0 0 Congo 41 3 2 DRC 134 13 3 Equatorial Guinea 15 0 1 Gabon 21 1 1 Eastern 602 13 15 Djibouti 41 0 2 Eritrea 22 0 0 Ethiopia 29 0 4 Kenya 110 3 4 Madagascar 59 0 0 Mauritius 169 7 0 Rwanda 84 0 0 Seychelles 10 0 0 Somalia 5 0 1 Sudan 8 2 2 Tanzania 20 1 2 Uganda 45 0 0 Northern 3 030 200 314 Algeria 847 83 77 Egypt 779 58 201 Libya 10 1 0 Mauritania 5 0 0 Morocco 676 44 31 Tunisia 423 14 5 Southern 1 558 10 48 Angola 8 2 0 Botswana 4 1 0 Eswatini 9 0 1 Malawi 3 0 0 Mozambique 10 0 0 Namibia 14 0 2 South Africa 1 462 5 45 Zambia 39 1 0 Zimbabwe 9 1 0 Western 1 303 37 164 Benin 13 0 1 Burkina Faso 288 16 50 Cape Verde 6 1 0 C6te d 039 Ivoire 194 1 15 Gambia 4 1 2 Ghana 204 5 3 bull bull Guinea 30 0 1 Guinea Bissau 9 0 0 Liberia 6 0 0 Man 31 3 0 Niger 98 5 0 Nigeria 184 2 20 Senegal 195 1 55 Sierra Leone 2 0 0 Togo 39 2 17
    Coronavirus – Africa: African Union Member States reporting COVID-19 cases
     African Union Member States 50 reporting COVID 19 cases 7 028 deaths 284 and recoveries 561 by region Central 535 cases 24 deaths 20 recoveries Burundi 3 0 0 Cameroon 306 7 10 Central African Republic 8 0 3 Chad 7 0 0 Congo 41 3 2 DRC 134 13 3 Equatorial Guinea 15 0 1 Gabon 21 1 1 Eastern 602 13 15 Djibouti 41 0 2 Eritrea 22 0 0 Ethiopia 29 0 4 Kenya 110 3 4 Madagascar 59 0 0 Mauritius 169 7 0 Rwanda 84 0 0 Seychelles 10 0 0 Somalia 5 0 1 Sudan 8 2 2 Tanzania 20 1 2 Uganda 45 0 0 Northern 3 030 200 314 Algeria 847 83 77 Egypt 779 58 201 Libya 10 1 0 Mauritania 5 0 0 Morocco 676 44 31 Tunisia 423 14 5 Southern 1 558 10 48 Angola 8 2 0 Botswana 4 1 0 Eswatini 9 0 1 Malawi 3 0 0 Mozambique 10 0 0 Namibia 14 0 2 South Africa 1 462 5 45 Zambia 39 1 0 Zimbabwe 9 1 0 Western 1 303 37 164 Benin 13 0 1 Burkina Faso 288 16 50 Cape Verde 6 1 0 C6te d 039 Ivoire 194 1 15 Gambia 4 1 2 Ghana 204 5 3 bull bull Guinea 30 0 1 Guinea Bissau 9 0 0 Liberia 6 0 0 Man 31 3 0 Niger 98 5 0 Nigeria 184 2 20 Senegal 195 1 55 Sierra Leone 2 0 0 Togo 39 2 17
    Coronavirus – Africa: African Union Member States reporting COVID-19 cases
    Africa3 years ago

    Coronavirus – Africa: African Union Member States reporting COVID-19 cases


    African Union Member States (50) reporting COVID-19 cases (7,028), deaths (284), and recoveries (561) by region:

    Central (535 cases, 24 deaths, 20 recoveries): Burundi (3, 0, 0), Cameroon (306, 7, 10), Central African Republic (8, 0, 3), Chad (7, 0, 0), Congo (41, 3, 2), DRC (134, 13, 3), Equatorial Guinea (15, 0, 1), Gabon (21, 1, 1).

    Eastern (602, 13, 15): Djibouti (41, 0, 2), Eritrea (22, 0, 0), Ethiopia (29, 0, 4), Kenya (110, 3, 4), Madagascar (59, 0, 0), Mauritius (169, 7, 0), Rwanda (84, 0, 0), Seychelles (10, 0, 0), Somalia (5, 0, 1), Sudan (8, 2, 2), Tanzania (20, 1, 2), Uganda (45, 0, 0).

    Northern (3,030, 200, 314): Algeria (847, 83, 77), Egypt (779, 58, 201), Libya (10, 1, 0), Mauritania (5, 0, 0), Morocco (676, 44, 31), Tunisia (423, 14, 5).

    Southern (1,558, 10, 48): Angola (8, 2, 0), Botswana (4, 1, 0), Eswatini (9, 0, 1), Malawi, (3,0,0), Mozambique (10, 0, 0), Namibia (14, 0, 2), South Africa (1,462, 5, 45), Zambia (39, 1, 0), Zimbabwe (9, 1, 0).

    Western (1,303, 37, 164): Benin (13, 0, 1), Burkina Faso (288, 16, 50), Cape Verde (6, 1, 0), C6te d'Ivoire (194, 1, 15), Gambia (4, 1, 2), Ghana (204, 5, 3), • • Guinea (30, 0, 1), Guinea-Bissau (9, 0, 0), Liberia (6, 0, 0), Man (31, 3, 0), Niger (98, 5, 0), Nigeria (184, 2, 20), Senegal (195, 1, 55), Sierra Leone (2, 0, 0), Togo (39, 2, 17).

  •  African Union Member States 49 reporting COVID 19 cases 6 470 deaths 241 and recoveries 504 by region Central 466 cases 21 deaths 19 recoveries Burundi 2 0 0 Cameroon 271 7 10 Central African Republic 8 0 3 Chad 7 0 0 Congo 22 2 2 DRC 123 11 3 Equatorial Guinea 15 0 1 Gabon 18 1 0 Eastern 586 13 14 Djibouti 41 0 2 Eritrea 18 0 0 Ethiopia 29 0 4 Kenya 110 3 4 Madagascar 59 0 0 Mauritius 161 7 0 Rwanda 82 0 0 Seychelles 10 0 0 Somalia 5 0 1 Sudan 7 2 1 Tanzania 20 1 2 Uganda 44 0 0 Northern 2 740 162 290 Algeria 847 58 77 Egypt 779 52 179 Libya 10 0 0 Mauritania 5 0 0 Morocco 676 40 29 Tunisia 423 12 5 Southern 1 471 10 34 Angola 8 2 0 Botswana 4 1 0 Eswatini 9 0 1 Mozambique 10 0 0 Namibia 13 0 2 South Africa 1 380 5 31 Zambia 39 1 0 Zimbabwe 8 1 0 Western 1 207 35 147 Benin 13 0 1 Burkina Faso 288 16 50 Cape Verde 6 1 0 C ocirc te d 039 Ivoire 190 1 9 Gambia 4 1 2 Ghana 195 5 3 Guinea 22 0 1 Guinea Bissau 9 0 0 Liberia 6 0 0 Mali 31 3 0 Niger 34 3 0 Nigeria 174 2 9 Senegal 195 1 55 Sierra Leone 1 0 0 Togo 39 2 17
    Coronavirus – Africa: African Union Member States reporting COVID-19 cases
     African Union Member States 49 reporting COVID 19 cases 6 470 deaths 241 and recoveries 504 by region Central 466 cases 21 deaths 19 recoveries Burundi 2 0 0 Cameroon 271 7 10 Central African Republic 8 0 3 Chad 7 0 0 Congo 22 2 2 DRC 123 11 3 Equatorial Guinea 15 0 1 Gabon 18 1 0 Eastern 586 13 14 Djibouti 41 0 2 Eritrea 18 0 0 Ethiopia 29 0 4 Kenya 110 3 4 Madagascar 59 0 0 Mauritius 161 7 0 Rwanda 82 0 0 Seychelles 10 0 0 Somalia 5 0 1 Sudan 7 2 1 Tanzania 20 1 2 Uganda 44 0 0 Northern 2 740 162 290 Algeria 847 58 77 Egypt 779 52 179 Libya 10 0 0 Mauritania 5 0 0 Morocco 676 40 29 Tunisia 423 12 5 Southern 1 471 10 34 Angola 8 2 0 Botswana 4 1 0 Eswatini 9 0 1 Mozambique 10 0 0 Namibia 13 0 2 South Africa 1 380 5 31 Zambia 39 1 0 Zimbabwe 8 1 0 Western 1 207 35 147 Benin 13 0 1 Burkina Faso 288 16 50 Cape Verde 6 1 0 C ocirc te d 039 Ivoire 190 1 9 Gambia 4 1 2 Ghana 195 5 3 Guinea 22 0 1 Guinea Bissau 9 0 0 Liberia 6 0 0 Mali 31 3 0 Niger 34 3 0 Nigeria 174 2 9 Senegal 195 1 55 Sierra Leone 1 0 0 Togo 39 2 17
    Coronavirus – Africa: African Union Member States reporting COVID-19 cases
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    Coronavirus – Africa: African Union Member States reporting COVID-19 cases


    African Union Member States (49) reporting COVID-19 cases (6,470), deaths (241), and recoveries (504) by region:

    Central (466 cases, 21 deaths, 19 recoveries): Burundi (2, 0, 0), Cameroon (271, 7, 10), Central African Republic (8, 0, 3), Chad (7, 0, 0), Congo (22, 2, 2), DRC (123, 11, 3), Equatorial Guinea (15, 0, 1), Gabon (18, 1, 0)

    Eastern (586, 13, 14): Djibouti (41, 0, 2), Eritrea (18, 0, 0), Ethiopia (29, 0, 4), Kenya (110, 3, 4), Madagascar (59, 0, 0), Mauritius (161, 7, 0), Rwanda (82, 0, 0), Seychelles (10, 0, 0), Somalia (5, 0, 1), Sudan (7, 2, 1), Tanzania (20, 1, 2), Uganda (44, 0, 0)

    Northern (2,740, 162, 290): Algeria (847, 58, 77), Egypt (779, 52, 179), Libya (10, 0, 0), Mauritania (5, 0, 0), Morocco (676, 40, 29), Tunisia (423, 12, 5)

    Southern (1,471, 10, 34): Angola (8, 2, 0), Botswana (4, 1, 0), Eswatini (9, 0, 1), Mozambique (10, 0, 0), Namibia (13, 0, 2), South Africa (1,380, 5, 31), Zambia (39, 1, 0), Zimbabwe (8, 1, 0)

    Western (1,207, 35, 147): Benin (13, 0, 1), Burkina Faso (288, 16, 50), Cape Verde (6, 1, 0), Côte d'Ivoire (190, 1, 9), Gambia (4, 1, 2), Ghana (195, 5, 3), Guinea (22, 0, 1), Guinea-Bissau (9, 0, 0), Liberia (6, 0, 0), Mali (31, 3, 0), Niger (34, 3, 0), Nigeria (174, 2, 9), Senegal (195, 1, 55), Sierra Leone (1, 0, 0), Togo (39, 2, 17)

  •  The World Health Organisation WHO Regional Office for Africa in Brazzaville Congo says there are now 6 075 confirmed cases of Coronavirus COVID 19 on African continent with 214 deaths The UN s health agency gave the update in its regional official twitter account WHOAFRO on Thursday They are 6 075 cases on the African continent with 214 deaths and 478 recoveries reported In past seven days four new countries in the Region have confirmed cases of COVID 19 including Botswana Burundi Guinea Bissau and Sierra Leone The agency said South Africa currently had the highest in the region with 1 380 cases and five deaths Algeria 847 cases with 58 deaths and Burkina Faso has 261 confirmed cases with 14 deaths Nigeria has 174 confirmed cases nine have been discharged with two deaths it stated Edited By Sadiya Hamza NAN
    Africa COVID-19 death toll hits 214, total cases rise to 6,075 – WHO
     The World Health Organisation WHO Regional Office for Africa in Brazzaville Congo says there are now 6 075 confirmed cases of Coronavirus COVID 19 on African continent with 214 deaths The UN s health agency gave the update in its regional official twitter account WHOAFRO on Thursday They are 6 075 cases on the African continent with 214 deaths and 478 recoveries reported In past seven days four new countries in the Region have confirmed cases of COVID 19 including Botswana Burundi Guinea Bissau and Sierra Leone The agency said South Africa currently had the highest in the region with 1 380 cases and five deaths Algeria 847 cases with 58 deaths and Burkina Faso has 261 confirmed cases with 14 deaths Nigeria has 174 confirmed cases nine have been discharged with two deaths it stated Edited By Sadiya Hamza NAN
    Africa COVID-19 death toll hits 214, total cases rise to 6,075 – WHO
    Health3 years ago

    Africa COVID-19 death toll hits 214, total cases rise to 6,075 – WHO

    The World Health Organisation (WHO), Regional Office for Africa in Brazzaville, Congo, says there are now 6,075 confirmed cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on African continent with 214 deaths.

    The UN’s health agency gave the update in its regional official twitter account @WHOAFRO on Thursday.

    “They are 6,075 cases on the African continent, with 214 deaths and 478 recoveries reported.

    “In past seven days, four new countries in the Region have confirmed cases of COVID-19, including Botswana, Burundi, Guinea Bissau and Sierra Leone.”

    The agency said South Africa currently had the highest in the region with 1,380 cases and five deaths, Algeria 847 cases with 58 deaths and Burkina Faso has 261 confirmed cases with 14 deaths.

    “Nigeria has 174 confirmed cases, nine have been discharged with two deaths,’’ it stated.


    Edited By: Sadiya Hamza
    (NAN)

  •  African Union Member States 49 reporting COVID 19 cases 6 213 deaths 221 and recoveries 469 by region Central 425 cases 20 deaths 14 recoveries Burundi 2 0 0 Cameroon 233 6 5 Central African Republic 8 0 3 Chad 7 0 0 Congo 19 2 2 DRC 123 11 3 Equatorial Guinea 15 0 1 Gabon 18 1 0 Eastern 544 11 9 Djibouti 33 0 0 Eritrea 18 0 0 Ethiopia 29 0 4 Kenya 81 1 3 Madagascar 54 0 0 Mauritius 161 7 0 Rwanda 82 0 0 Seychelles 10 0 0 Somalia 5 0 0 Sudan 7 2 0 Tanzania 20 1 2 Uganda 44 0 0 Northern 2 587 147 286 Algeria 716 44 77 Egypt 779 52 179 Libya 10 0 0 Mauritania 5 0 0 Morocco 654 39 29 Tunisia 423 12 1 Southern 1 467 9 34 Angola 7 2 0 Botswana 4 1 0 Eswatini 9 0 1 Mozambique 10 0 0 Namibia 13 0 2 South Africa 1 380 5 31 Zambia 36 0 0 Zimbabwe 8 1 0 Western 1 190 34 126 Benin 13 0 1 Burkina Faso 282 16 46 Cape Verde 6 1 0 C ocirc te d 039 Ivoire 190 1 9 Gambia 4 1 2 Ghana 195 5 3 Guinea 22 0 1 Guinea Bissau 9 0 0 Liberia 6 0 0 Mali 28 2 0 Niger 34 3 0 Nigeria 174 2 9 Senegal 190 1 45 Sierra Leone 1 0 0 Togo 36 2 10 Inadvertently reported 17 deaths and 6 recoveries instead of 9 and 3 for DRC at 5pm CET 1 April 20 correct value now listed
    Coronavirus – Africa: African Union Member States reporting COVID-19 cases
     African Union Member States 49 reporting COVID 19 cases 6 213 deaths 221 and recoveries 469 by region Central 425 cases 20 deaths 14 recoveries Burundi 2 0 0 Cameroon 233 6 5 Central African Republic 8 0 3 Chad 7 0 0 Congo 19 2 2 DRC 123 11 3 Equatorial Guinea 15 0 1 Gabon 18 1 0 Eastern 544 11 9 Djibouti 33 0 0 Eritrea 18 0 0 Ethiopia 29 0 4 Kenya 81 1 3 Madagascar 54 0 0 Mauritius 161 7 0 Rwanda 82 0 0 Seychelles 10 0 0 Somalia 5 0 0 Sudan 7 2 0 Tanzania 20 1 2 Uganda 44 0 0 Northern 2 587 147 286 Algeria 716 44 77 Egypt 779 52 179 Libya 10 0 0 Mauritania 5 0 0 Morocco 654 39 29 Tunisia 423 12 1 Southern 1 467 9 34 Angola 7 2 0 Botswana 4 1 0 Eswatini 9 0 1 Mozambique 10 0 0 Namibia 13 0 2 South Africa 1 380 5 31 Zambia 36 0 0 Zimbabwe 8 1 0 Western 1 190 34 126 Benin 13 0 1 Burkina Faso 282 16 46 Cape Verde 6 1 0 C ocirc te d 039 Ivoire 190 1 9 Gambia 4 1 2 Ghana 195 5 3 Guinea 22 0 1 Guinea Bissau 9 0 0 Liberia 6 0 0 Mali 28 2 0 Niger 34 3 0 Nigeria 174 2 9 Senegal 190 1 45 Sierra Leone 1 0 0 Togo 36 2 10 Inadvertently reported 17 deaths and 6 recoveries instead of 9 and 3 for DRC at 5pm CET 1 April 20 correct value now listed
    Coronavirus – Africa: African Union Member States reporting COVID-19 cases
    Africa3 years ago

    Coronavirus – Africa: African Union Member States reporting COVID-19 cases



    African Union Member States (49) reporting COVID-19 cases (6,213), deaths (221), and recoveries (469) by region:

    Central (425 cases, 20 deaths, 14 recoveries): Burundi (2, 0, 0), Cameroon (233, 6, 5), Central African Republic (8, 0, 3), Chad (7, 0, 0), Congo (19, 2, 2), DRC* (123, 11, 3), Equatorial Guinea (15, 0, 1), Gabon (18, 1, 0).

    Eastern (544, 11, 9): Djibouti (33, 0, 0), Eritrea (18, 0, 0), Ethiopia (29, 0, 4), Kenya (81, 1, 3), Madagascar (54, 0, 0), Mauritius (161, 7, 0), Rwanda (82, 0, 0), Seychelles (10, 0, 0), Somalia (5, 0, 0), Sudan (7, 2, 0), Tanzania (20, 1, 2), Uganda (44, 0, 0).

    Northern (2,587, 147, 286): Algeria (716, 44, 77), Egypt (779, 52, 179), Libya (10, 0, 0), Mauritania (5, 0, 0), Morocco (654, 39, 29), Tunisia (423, 12, 1).

    Southern (1,467, 9, 34): Angola (7, 2, 0), Botswana (4, 1, 0), Eswatini (9, 0, 1), Mozambique (10, 0, 0), Namibia (13, 0, 2), South Africa (1,380, 5, 31), Zambia (36, 0, 0), Zimbabwe (8, 1, 0).

    Western (1,190, 34, 126): Benin (13, 0, 1), Burkina Faso (282, 16, 46), Cape Verde (6, 1, 0), Côte d'Ivoire (190, 1, 9), Gambia (4, 1, 2), Ghana (195, 5, 3), Guinea (22, 0, 1), Guinea-Bissau (9, 0, 0), Liberia (6, 0, 0), Mali (28, 2, 0), Niger (34, 3, 0), Nigeria (174, 2, 9), Senegal (190, 1, 45), Sierra Leone (1, 0, 0), Togo (36, 2, 10).

    *Inadvertently reported 17 deaths and 6 recoveries instead of 9 and 3 for DRC at 5pm CET 1 April 20 - correct value now listed

  •  African Union Member States 49 reporting COVID 19 cases 5 940 deaths 210 and recoveries 426 by region Central 409 cases 26 deaths 17 recoveries Burundi 2 0 0 Cameroon 039 233 6 5 Central African Republic 6 0 3 Chad 7 0 0 Congo 19 2 2 DRC 109 17 6 Equatorial Guinea 15 0 1 Gabon 18 1 0 Eastern 517 9 9 Djibouti 30 0 0 Eritrea 15 0 0 Ethiopia 29 0 4 Kenya 81 1 3 Madagascar 54 0 0 Mauritius 147 5 0 Rwanda 75 0 0 Seychelles 10 0 0 Somalia 5 0 0 Sudan 7 2 0 Tanzania 20 1 2 Uganda 44 0 0 Northern 2 437 136 259 Algeria 716 44 77 Egypt 710 46 157 Libya 10 0 0 Mauritania 5 0 0 Morocco 602 36 24 Tunisia 394 10 1 Southern 1 438 9 32 Angola 7 2 0 Botswana 4 1 0 Eswatini 9 0 1 Mozambique 8 0 0 Namibia 13 0 0 South Africa 1 353 5 31 Zambia 36 0 0 Zimbabwe 8 1 0 Western 1 103 29 107 Benin 8 0 1 Burkina Faso 261 14 32 Cape Verde 6 1 0 Cote d 039 Ivoire 179 1 6 Gambia 4 1 0 Ghana 195 5 3 Guinea 22 0 1 Guinea Bissau 8 0 0 Liberia 6 0 0 Mali 18 1 0 Niger 18 1 0 Nigeria 151 2 9 Senegal 190 1 Sierra Leone 1 0 0 Togo 36 2 10 Inadvertently reported 8 deaths instead of 6 for Cameroon at 5pm CET 31 March 20 bull correct value now listed
    Coronavirus – Africa: African Union Member States reporting COVID-19 cases
     African Union Member States 49 reporting COVID 19 cases 5 940 deaths 210 and recoveries 426 by region Central 409 cases 26 deaths 17 recoveries Burundi 2 0 0 Cameroon 039 233 6 5 Central African Republic 6 0 3 Chad 7 0 0 Congo 19 2 2 DRC 109 17 6 Equatorial Guinea 15 0 1 Gabon 18 1 0 Eastern 517 9 9 Djibouti 30 0 0 Eritrea 15 0 0 Ethiopia 29 0 4 Kenya 81 1 3 Madagascar 54 0 0 Mauritius 147 5 0 Rwanda 75 0 0 Seychelles 10 0 0 Somalia 5 0 0 Sudan 7 2 0 Tanzania 20 1 2 Uganda 44 0 0 Northern 2 437 136 259 Algeria 716 44 77 Egypt 710 46 157 Libya 10 0 0 Mauritania 5 0 0 Morocco 602 36 24 Tunisia 394 10 1 Southern 1 438 9 32 Angola 7 2 0 Botswana 4 1 0 Eswatini 9 0 1 Mozambique 8 0 0 Namibia 13 0 0 South Africa 1 353 5 31 Zambia 36 0 0 Zimbabwe 8 1 0 Western 1 103 29 107 Benin 8 0 1 Burkina Faso 261 14 32 Cape Verde 6 1 0 Cote d 039 Ivoire 179 1 6 Gambia 4 1 0 Ghana 195 5 3 Guinea 22 0 1 Guinea Bissau 8 0 0 Liberia 6 0 0 Mali 18 1 0 Niger 18 1 0 Nigeria 151 2 9 Senegal 190 1 Sierra Leone 1 0 0 Togo 36 2 10 Inadvertently reported 8 deaths instead of 6 for Cameroon at 5pm CET 31 March 20 bull correct value now listed
    Coronavirus – Africa: African Union Member States reporting COVID-19 cases
    Africa3 years ago

    Coronavirus – Africa: African Union Member States reporting COVID-19 cases


    African Union Member States (49) reporting COVID-19 cases (5,940), deaths (210), and recoveries (426) by region:

    Central (409 cases, 26 deaths, 17 recoveries): Burundi (2, 0, 0), Cameroon' (233, 6, 5), Central African Republic (6, 0, 3), Chad (7, 0, 0), Congo (19, 2, 2), DRC (109, 17, 6), Equatorial Guinea (15, 0, 1), Gabon (18, 1,0).

    Eastern (517, 9, 9): Djibouti (30, 0, 0), Eritrea (15, 0, 0), Ethiopia (29, 0, 4), Kenya (81, 1, 3), Madagascar (54, 0, 0), Mauritius (147, 5, 0), Rwanda (75, 0, 0), Seychelles (10, 0, 0), Somalia (5, 0, 0), Sudan (7, 2, 0), Tanzania (20, 1, 2), Uganda (44, 0, 0).

    Northern (2,437, 136, 259): Algeria (716, 44, 77), Egypt (710, 46, 157), Libya (10, 0, 0), Mauritania (5, 0, 0), Morocco (602, 36, 24), Tunisia (394, 10, 1).

    Southern (1,438, 9, 32): Angola (7, 2, 0), Botswana (4, 1, 0), Eswatini (9, 0, 1), Mozambique (8, 0, 0), Namibia (13, 0, 0), South Africa (1,353, 5, 31), Zambia (36, 0, 0), Zimbabwe (8, 1, 0).

    Western (1,103, 29, 107): Benin (8, 0, 1), Burkina Faso (261, 14, 32), Cape Verde (6, 1, 0), Cote d'Ivoire (179, 1, 6), Gambia (4, 1, 0), Ghana (195, 5, 3), Guinea (22, 0, 1), Guinea-Bissau (8, 0, 0), Liberia (6, 0, 0), Mali (18, 1, 0), Niger (18, 1, 0), Nigeria (151, 2, 9), Senegal (190, 1, Sierra Leone (1, 0, 0), Togo (36, 2, 10).

    *Inadvertently reported 8 deaths instead of 6 for Cameroon at 5pm CET 31 March 20 • correct value now listed

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