Africa has crossed the 25,000 coronavirus death line across the continent while continuing to see a trend of around 100,000 new weekly cases, with South Africa topping the list of affected continents again since with nearly 580,000 infections and more than 11,500 deaths The pandemic begins on a continent where nearly 1.1 million people have suffered from the disease.
There are records of a total of 1,096,951 infections and 25,096 deaths on the continent, according to the balance sheet, which was updated this Saturday by the Centers for Disease Control of Africa. On a positive note, a total of 812,839 people have recovered from the disease.
The region hardest hit by the number of cases is Southern Africa for another week with 612,275 infections, the vast majority in South Africa, followed by Zambia (9,021 cases, 256 deaths) and Zimbabwe (5,072 cases, cases, 128 deaths). .
The north of the continent has registered 189,163 infections, ranging from Egypt (96,220 cases, 5,124 deaths) to Morocco (39,241 cases, 611 deaths) and Algeria (38,108 cases, 1,338 deaths).