• Joseph Bonner

Coronavirus cases in Africa surpass 4,200; Breakdown by country


Coronavirus cases in Africa surpass 4,200; Breakdown by country

More than 4,200 confirmed cases of the notorious coronavirus have been reported across the continent of Africa, prompting a number of African countries to impose restrictions to fight against the rapid spread of the disease. Based on data by the African Center for Disease Control on COVID-19 Africa, Africa is seeing a steady rise in cases. Stats as of March 29 Confirmed cases: 4,282 Deaths: 134 Recoveries: 302 Infected countries: 46 Virus-free countries: 8 North Africa Algeria - 454 Egypt - 576 Libya - 3 Morocco - 402 Tunisia - 278 West Africa Benin - 6 Burkina Faso - 207 Cape Verde - 5 The Gambia - 3 Ghana - 132 Guinea - 8 Guinea Bissau - 2 Ivor Coast - 140 Liberia - 3 Mauritania - 3 Mali - 18 Nigeria - 97 Niger - 10 Senegal - 130 Togo - 28 Central Africa

Cameroon - 99 Central Africa Republic - 6 Chad - 5 Congo-Brazzaville - 19 DR Congo -65 Equatorial Guinea -13 Gabon -7 Southern Africa Angola -3 Eswatini - 8 Madagascar - 28 Mozambique - 8 Namibia - 6 South Africa - 1,170 Zambia - 28 Zimbabwe - 7 East Africa / Horn of Africa

Djibouti - 15 Eritrea - 6 Ethiopia - 6 Kenya - 38 Mauritius - 102 Rwanda - 60 Seychelles - 8 Somalia - 3 Sudan - 5 Tanzania - 13 Uganda - 30

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