52 African Union Member States Report 23,505 COVID-19 Cases With 1,158 Deaths

The African Heads of States and Governments pose during African Union (AU) Summit for the agreement to establish the African Continental Free Trade Area in Kigali, Rwanda, on March 21, 2018. (Photo by STR / AFP)

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, April 21, 2020/ — 52 African Union (AU) Member States have reported 23,505 COVID-19 cases with  1,158 deaths, and 5,833 recoveries, according to the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC).

Central (1,912 cases; 75 deaths; 384 recoveries): Burundi (6; 1; 4), Cameroon (1,163; 42; 305), Central African Republic (14; 0; 10), Chad (33; 0; 8), Congo (143; 6; 11), DRC (350; 25; 35), Equatorial Guinea (79; 0; 4), Gabon (120; 1; 7), Sao Tome & Principe (4; 0; 0).

Eastern (2,542; 56; 590): Djibouti (846; 2; 102), Eritrea (39; 0; 3), Ethiopia (111; 3; 16), Kenya (281; 14; 69), Madagascar (121; 0; 41), Mauritius (328; 9; 224), Rwanda (147; 0; 80), Seychelles (11; 0; 5), Somalia (237; 8; 3), South Sudan (4; 0; 0), Sudan (107; 12; 8), Tanzania (254; 8; 11), Uganda (56; 0; 28).

Northern (10,052; 817; 2,326): Algeria (2,718; 384; 1,099), Egypt (3,333; 250; 821), Libya (51; 1; 11), Mauritania (7; 1; 2), Morocco (3,064; 143; 350), Tunisia (879; 38; 43).

Southern (3,525; 70; 969): Angola (19; 2; 6), Botswana (20; 1; 0), Eswatini (24; 1; 8), Malawi (17; 2; 3), Mozambique (39; 0; 8), Namibia (16; 0; 4), South Africa (3,300; 58; 903), Zambia (65; 3; 35), Zimbabwe (25; 3; 2).

Western (5,474; 140; 1,564): Benin (54; 1; 27), Burkina Faso (581; 38; 357), Cape Verde (67; 1; 1), Côte d’Ivoire (879; 10; 287), Gambia (10; 1; 2), Ghana (1,042; 9; 99), Guinea (622; 5; 122), Guinea-Bissau (50; 0; 0), Liberia (99; 8; 7), Mali (246; 14; 56), Niger (655; 20; 124), Nigeria (665; 22; 188), Senegal (377; 5; 235), Sierra Leone (43; 0; 6), Togo (84; 6; 53).

African Eye Report

Photo Gallery

Log in | Designed by Village Pixels