COVID-19: WHO Revealed African Countries With Fewer Cases

 COVID-19: WHO Revealed African Countries With Fewer Cases

The World Health Organisation reported that COVID-19 cases in Africa have increased to 86,000 on Tuesday, May 19, 2020.

This was disclosed by the WHO Regional Office for Africa in Brazzaville, Congo, via its offcial twitter handle.

The World Health Organization also said Lesotho, Comoros, and Seychelles are countries currently with the lowest confirmed cases in Africa.

It revealed that Lesotho had only one confirmed case with zero death; Comoros had 11 reported cases and one death, while Seychelles recorded 11 confirmed cases with no death.

It added that there are over 86,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases on the African continent, with more than 33,000 recoveries and 2,700 deaths.

The figures showed that South Africa, Algeria, and Nigeria had the highest reported cases in Africa.

According to the report, South Africa had 16,433 cases and 286 deaths followed by Algeria with 7,201 cases and 555 deaths, while Nigeria had 6,175 confirmed cases and 191 deaths.

It added that Ghana had 5, 735 reported cases and 29 deaths, while Cameroon recorded 3, 529 confirmed cases, and 140 deaths.

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