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In Africa there are already almost 125,000 infections with 3,600 deaths and 50,000 recovered patients

May 28, 2020

The spread of COVID-19 in Africa has accelerated in the past few days and the continent has nearly 125,000 confirmed cases, although the positive fact is that the number of deaths with just over 3,600 victims is currently low, all fatal.

According to the latest information from the Centers for Disease Control in Africa (CDC), there have been 124,482 confirmed cases, while 3,696 deaths and 51,095 cured patients have occurred. The World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office data is slightly lower, but very similar: 123,724 cases, 3,668 deaths, and 50,000 recoveries.

South Africa remains the most affected country with 25,937 cases and 552 deaths, although WHO is Egypt with 797 deaths and 18,756 cases, the country with the most deaths.

In Africa there are already almost 125,000 infections with 3,600 deaths and 50,000 recovered patientsIn Africa there are already almost 125,000 infections with 3,600 deaths and 50,000 recovered patients

The north of the continent remains the most punished region, with Algeria and Morocco taking the following positions in terms of number of infections: 8,857 cases and 623 deaths in the first and 7,584 cases and 202 deaths in the second.