COVID-19: Africa records nearly 8,000 cases, 334 deaths, and 702 recoveries. Four countries currently uninfected

Cases of on the continent are spreading as fast as wildfire with many countries finding it extremely difficult to the spread and contain the infection.

Before that, the World Health Organization has predicted that will be the worst affected with the COVID-19 in the weeks to come based on its poor health system.

Recent statistical figures released by the Centre for Disease show how fast the is spreading on the continent.

Major stats as at April 3
cases = 7, 933
Number of deaths = 334
Recoveries = 702
Infected countries = 50
Virus-free countries = 4

Countries in alphabetical order
Algeria – 1,171
Angola – 8
Benin – 16
Botswana – 4
Burkina Faso – 302
Burundi – 3
Cameroon – 509
Cape Verde – 6
Central African Republic – 8
Chad – 8
Congo-Brazzaville – 41
DR Congo – 148
Djibouti – 49
Egypt – 985
Equatorial Guinea – 16
Eritrea – 22
Ethiopia – 35
Eswatini – 9
Gabon – 21
(The) Gambia – 4
Ghana – 205
Guinea – 73
Guinea-Bissau – 15
Ivory Coast – 218
Kenya – 122
Liberia – 7
Libya – 17
Madagascar – 70
Malawi – 3
Mali – 39
Mauritania – 6
Mauritius – 186
Morocco – 791
Mozambique – 10
Namibia – 14
Niger – 120
Nigeria- 210
Rwanda – 89
Senegal – 207
Seychelles – 10
Sierra Leone – 2
Somalia – 7
South Africa – 1,505
Sudan – 10
Tanzania – 20
Togo – 40
Tunisia – 495
Uganda – 48
Zambia – 39
Zimbabwe – 9

There are only four countries that are yet to record a case of in Africa: Sao Tome and Principe, Comoros, Lesotho, South Sudan.

Source: celebritiesbuzz.com.gh

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