46 out of 54 African countries in Africa have coronavirus, 3,778 cases, 109 deaths reported, says WHO


The World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Office for Africa in Brazzaville, Congo, says there are now 3,778 confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in 46 out of 54 African countries.
The UN’s health agency disclosed this in its regional official twitter account @WHOAFRO on Saturday.
The agency said: “There are 3,778 confirmed COVID-19 cases across 46 countries on the African continent with a total of 109 deaths reported.
“South Africa currently has 1,170 cases, making it the country most affected by the virus on the continent.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the number of confirmed cases of the virus increased by 1,544 cases in a day and five countries confirmed the first cases.
As of Friday, the agency said there were 2,234 confirmed COVID-19 cases across 41 countries in the WHO African Region and a total of 73 recoveries and 39 deaths.
“WHO is supporting countries with surveillance, diagnostics and treatment,” it said

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