[Must Read] Coronavirus cases ascend to 23,000 in Africa

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The World Wellbeing Association (WHO) Local Office for Africa in Brazzaville, Congo, says the quantity of Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Africa has ascended to more than 23,000.

The UN's wellbeing office gave the report on its official twitter account, @WHOAFRO on Tuesday.

"More than 23,000 COVID-19 cases have been accounted for on the African landmass, with more than 5,900 recuperations and 1,100 passings,'' it said.

The WHO African Locale COVID-19 dashboard demonstrated that in sub-Saharan Africa, South Africa endured the most extreme episode while Cameroon and Ghana having in excess of 2,000 affirmed cases.

The breakdown on the dashboard indicated that South Africa, Algeria and Cameroon had kept on garnish the rundown of nations with the most noteworthy revealed cases.

South Africa has 3,300 cases and 58 passings followed by Algeria with 2,718 cases and 384 passings, while Cameroon has 1,163 affirmed cases with 42 passings.

As indicated by WHO, South Sudan, Sao Tome and Principe, Burundi Mauritania despite everything remain nations with the most minimal number of affirmed cases in the district.

It demonstrated that South Sudan and Sao Tome and Principe had the most reduced number of affirmed cases, with each having four cases with zero passing.

Burundi, the update demonstrated was the second nation with the most minimal number of affirmed cases with six detailed cases and one demise.

Mauritania, the third nation with the most minimal number of cases, has recorded seven affirmed cases with one demise.

The breakdown likewise shows that Nigeria is number 9 among the nations with the most noteworthy number of cases with 541 affirmed cases and 19 passings.

Giving an update notwithstanding, the Nigeria Place for Illness Control (NCDC) said 38 new instances of COVID-19 had been accounted for over the most recent 24 hours, bringing the complete number of affirmed cases in Nigeria to 665.

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