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Coronavirus – African Union Member States (54) reporting COVID-19 cases (142,289) deaths (4,084), and recoveries (59,864)
African Union Member States (54) reporting COVID-19 cases (142,289) deaths (4,084), and recoveries (59,864) by region: Central (15,748 cases; 390 deaths; 5,693 recoveries): Burundi (63; 1; 33), Cameroon (5,904; 191; 3,568), Central African Republic (962; 1; 23), Chad (759; 65; 470), Congo (571; 19; 161), DRC (3,049; 72; 448), Equatorial Guinea (1,306; 12; 200), Gabon (2,655; 17; 722), Sao Tome & Principe (479; 12; 68). Eastern (16,801; 489; 4,879): Comoros (106; 2; 26), Djibouti (3,354; 24;
Download logoCumulative confirmed positive cases - 861 Total number of deaths - 46 Active new cases - 9 Active cases at Isolation Centres - 361 Cumulative recoveries - 454 Number currently in quarantine - 2,251 Number discharged from quarantine - 3,890Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Government of Sierra Leone.
Download logoNew cases confirmed today: 60 Jubbaland: 32 Somaliland: 18 Benadir: 6 Galmudug: 4 Male: 53 Female: 7 Recovery: 21 Death: 5 Total confirmed cases: 1,976 Total recoveries: 348 Total deaths: 78Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Ministry of Health & Human Services, Federal Republic of Somalia.
Download logoDistribution of the positive cases by county: - Nairobi (35), - Mombasa (23), - Busia (6), - Kiambu (2), - Kwale (2), - Kajiado (2), - Uasin Gishu (2), - Kilifi (1), - Laikipia (1) and - Taita Taveta (1).Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Ministry of Health, Kenya.
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