Coronavirus: African Union Member States reporting COVID-19 cases as of 3 July 2020, 6 pm EAT

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African Union Member States (54) reporting COVID-19 cases (433,268) deaths (10,654), and recoveries (208,157) by region:

Central (35,471 cases; 762 deaths; 18,610 recoveries): Burundi (191; 1; 128), Cameroon** (12,592; 313; 10,100), CAR (3,823; 48; 816), Chad (871; 74; 786), Congo (1,382; 41; 486), DRC (7,311; 179; 2,684), Equatorial Guinea (3,071; 51; 842), Gabon (5,513; 42; 2,508), Sao Tome & Principe (717; 13; 260)

Eastern (38,348; 1,111; 18,357): Comoros (309; 7; 241), Djibouti (4,736; 55; 4,580), Eritrea (215; 0; 56), Ethiopia (5,846; 103; 2,430), Kenya (7,188; 154; 2,109), Madagascar (2,512; 26; 1,040), Mauritius (341; 10; 330), Rwanda (1,063; 3; 493), Seychelles (81; 0; 11), Somalia (2,938; 90; 952), South Sudan** (2,036; 38; 464), Sudan (9,663; 604; 4,624), Tanzania (509; 21; 178), Uganda (911; 0; 849)

Northern (105,715; 4,483; 41,734): Algeria (14,657; 928; 10,342), Egypt (71,299; 3,120; 19,288), Libya (891; 26; 224), Mauritania* (4,472; 129; 1,677), Morocco (13,215; 230; 9,158), Tunisia (1,181; 50; 1,045)

Southern (174,390; 2,932, 84,699): Angola (315; 17; 97), Botswana (181; 1; 28), Eswatini (873; 11; 452), Lesotho (35; 0; 11), Malawi (1,402; 16; 317), Mozambique (939; 6; 249), Namibia (335; 0; 25), South Africa (168,061; 2,844; 81,999), Zambia (1,632; 30; 1,348), Zimbabwe (617; 7; 173)

Western: (79,344; 1,366; 44,757): Benin (1,199; 21; 333), Burkina Faso (980; 53; 852), Cape Verde (1,301; 15; 629), Cöte d'Ivoire (9,992; 68; 4,660), Gambia (55; 2; 27), Ghana (18,134; 117; 13,550), Guinea (5,450; 33; 4,392), Guinea-Bissau (1,710; 24; 676), Liberia (833; 37; 346), Mali (2,260; 117; 1,502), Niger (1,081; 68; 959), Nigeria (27,110; 616; 10,801), Senegal (7,054; 121; 4,599), Sierra Leone (1,518; 60; 1,007), Togo (667; 14; 424)

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