Coronavirus: African Union Member States reporting COVID-19 cases as of 1 August 2020, 6 pm EAT

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African Union Member States (55) reporting COVID-19 cases (929,332) deaths (19,679), and recoveries (581,255) by region:

Central (48,701 cases; 940 deaths; 33,899 recoveries): Burundi (387; 1; 304), Cameroon (17,255; 387; 15,320), CAR (4,608; 59; 1,606), Chad (936; 75; 813), Congo (3,387; 56; 923), DRC (9,084; 215; 7,030), Equatorial Guinea (4,821; 83; 2,182), Gabon (7,352; 49; 4,943), Sao Tome & Principe (871; 15; 778)

Eastern (77,305; 1,709; 40,638): Comoros (340; 7; 324), Djibouti (5,081; 58; 4,999), Eritrea (279; 0; 225), Ethiopia (17,530; 274; 6,950), Kenya (21,363; 364; 8,419), Madagascar (11,273; 107; 8,109), Mauritius (344; 10; 332), Rwanda (2,022; 5; 1,106), Seychelles (114; 0; 75), Somalia (3,212; 93; 1,562), South Sudan (2,418; 46; 1,195), Sudan (11,644; 720; 6,119), Tanzania (509; 21; 178), Uganda (1,176; 4; 1,045)

Northern (160,244; 6,650; 84,544): Algeria (30,394; 1,210; 20,537), Egypt (94,078; 4,805; 39,638), Libya (3,616; 74; 618), Mauritania (6,295; 157; 4,898), Morocco (24,322; 353; 17,658), Tunisia (1,535; 50; 1,195), Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (4; 1; 0)

Southern (515,632; 8,467; 335,542): Angola (1,148; 52; 437), Botswana (804; 2; 63), Eswatini (2,648; 41; 1,214), Lesotho (702; 14; 171), Malawi (4,078; 114; 1,875), Mozambique (1,808; 11; 638), Namibia (2,129; 10; 166), South Africa (493,183; 8,005; 326,171), Zambia (5,963; 151; 3,803), Zimbabwe (3,169; 67; 1,004)

Western (127,450; 1,913; 86,632): Benin (1,770, 35; 1,036), Burkina Faso (1,143; 53; 945), Cape Verde (2,451; 23; 1,824), Cöte d'Ivoire (16,047; 102; 11,428), Gambia (498; 9; 68), Ghana (35,501; 182; 32,096), Guinea (7,183; 46; 6,404), Guinea-Bissau (1,981; 26; 903), Liberia (1,186; 75; 670), Mali (2,535; 124; 1,937), Niger (1,134; 69; 1,028), Nigeria (43, 151; 879; 19,565), Senegal (10,106; 204; 6,725), Sierra Leone (1,823; 67; 1,362), Togo (941; 19; 641)

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