“Africa now has over 34,000 Coronavirus cases” – WHO


The World Health Organisation (WHO) has revealed that Africa countries now have a total number of 34,000 cases of Coronavirus.

This was disclosed via WHO African Region twitter handle @WHOAFRO on Wednesday. The organisation said the continent has recorded 34, 610.

While over 11 persons have died, the continent has recorded 1, 517 deaths in the 52 countries. According to its dashboard, South Africa has recorded 4, 996 cases, and 93 deaths.

Algeria has followed 3, 649 cases, and 437 deaths and Cameroon has 1,705 confirmed cases with 58 deaths.

These are the top three countries with the highest number of cases in Africa.

However, Mauritania, Gambia, and Sao Tome and Principe are countries with the lowest confirmed cases in the region.

Mauritania has seven cases with one death, and the Gambia has 10 reported cases with one death.S ao Tome and Principe, third country with the lowest cases, had recorded 11 confirmed cases with zero death.

At the time of this report, Nigeria has 1, 532 confirmed cases and 44 deaths. More so, 225 persons had recovered.

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