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Coronavirus: African Union Member States reporting COVID-19 cases as of 10 July 2020 9am EAT

Northern (119,267; 5,062; 49,884): Algeria (17,348; 978; 12,329), Egypt (79,254; 3,617; 22,753), Libya (1,268; 36; 306), Mauritania (5,087; 139; 1,994), Morocco (15,079; 242; 11,447), Tunisia (1,231; 50; 1,055)

African Union Member States (54) reporting COVID-19 cases (541,381) deaths (12,443), and recoveries (264,721) by region:  Central (39,365 cases; 816 deaths; 21,340 recoveries):  Burundi (226; 1; 141), Cameroon (14,524; 342; 11,360), CAR (4,200; 52; 1,142), Chad (873; 74; 788), Congo (2,028; 47; 589), DRC (7,846; 189; 3,513), Equatorial Guinea (3,071;…

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Coronavirus: African Union Member States reporting COVID-19 cases as of 9 July 2020, 5 pm EAT

African Union Member States (54) reporting COVID-19 cases (523,806), deaths (12,229), and recoveries (255,016) by region: Central (39,058 cases; 815 deaths; 21,171 recoveries): Burundi (219; 1; 128), Cameroon (14,524; 342; 11,360), CAR (4,109; 52; 1,050), Chad (873; 74; 788), Congo (1,821; 47; 525), DRC (7,846; 189; 3,513), Equatorial Guinea (3,071;…

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Coronavirus: African Union Member States reporting COVID-19 cases 9 July 2020 9 am EAT

Northern (117,381; 4,994; 48,940): Algeria (16,879; 968; 12,094), Egypt (78,304; 3,564; 22,241), Libya (1,182; 35; 295), Mauritania (5,024; 135; 1,944), Morocco (14,771; 242; 11,316), Tunisia (1,221; 50; 1,050)

African Union Member States (54) reporting COVID-19 cases (522,104) deaths (12,206), and recoveries (254,361) by region:  Central (38,949 cases; 810 deaths; 21,150 recoveries):  Burundi (219; 1; 128), Cameroon (14,524; 342; 11,360), CAR (4,109; 52; 1,050), Chad (873; 74; 788), Congo (1,821; 47; 525), DRC (7,737; 184; 3,492), Equatorial Guinea (3,071;…

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Coronavirus - African Union Member States (54) reporting COVID-19 cases (509,584) deaths (12,000), and recoveries (247,207)

African Union Member States (54) reporting COVID-19 cases (509,584) deaths (12,000), and recoveries (247,207) by region: Central (38,691 cases; 807 deaths; 20,958 recoveries): Burundi (191; 1; 128), Cameroon (14,524; 342; 11,360), CAR (4,071; 52; 970), Chad (873; 74; 788), Congo (1,757; 44; 525), DRC (7,737; 184; 3,492), Equatorial Guinea (3,071;…

Source: Ministry of Health and Child Care, Zimbabwe |

Coronavirus - Zimbabwe: COVID-19 update, 7th July 2020

Highlights of the situation report Fifty-three (53) cases tested positive for COVID-19. These include returnees from South Africa (16), Botswana (3) and 34 local cases who are isolated. Twenty-nine (29) of the local cases are contacts of known confirmed cases, investigations are underway to establish the source of infection for…

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Coronavirus: African Union Member States (54) reporting COVID-19 cases as of 8th July 9 am EAT

Northern (115,556; 4,903; 47,429): Algeria (16,404; 959; 11,884), Egypt (77,279; 3,489; 21,718), Libya (1,182; 35; 295), Mauritania (4,879; 130; 1,844), Morocco (14,607; 240; 10,639), Tunisia (1,205; 50; 1,049)

African Union Member States (54) reporting COVID-19 cases (508,086) deaths (11,955), and recoveries (245,068) by region:  Central (38,614 cases; 806 deaths; 21,538 recoveries):  Burundi (191; 1; 128), Cameroon (14,524; 342; 11,360), CAR (4,071; 52; 970), Chad (873; 74; 788), Congo (1,757; 44; 525), DRC (7,660; 183; 4,072), Equatorial Guinea (3,071;…

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Coronavirus - African Union Member States (54) reporting COVID-19 cases (494,380) deaths (11,652), and recoveries (238,287)

African Union Member States (54) reporting COVID-19 cases (494,380) deaths (11,652), and recoveries (238,287) by region: Central (38,372 cases; 806 deaths; 21,503 recoveries): Burundi (191; 1; 128), Cameroon (14,524; 342; 11,360), CAR (4,033; 52; 970), Chad (872; 74; 787), Congo (1,557; 44; 501), DRC (7,660; 183; 4,072), Equatorial Guinea (3,071;…

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Coronavirus: African Union Member States (54) reporting COVID-19 cases as of 7 July 2020 9am EAT

Northern (113,666; 4,823; 46,057):*Algeria (15,941; 952; 11,492), Egypt (76,222; 3,422; 21,238), Libya (1,046; 32; 261), Mauritania (4,879; 130; 1,844), Morocco (14,379; 237; 10,173), Tunisia (1,199; 50; 1,049)

African Union Member States (54) reporting COVID-19 cases (491,750) deaths (11,622), and recoveries (236,366) by region:  Central (38,144 cases; 805 deaths; 20,657 recoveries):  Burundi (191; 1; 128), Cameroon (14,524; 342; 10,360), CAR (4,033; 52; 970), Chad (872; 74; 787), Congo (1,557; 44; 501), DRC (7,432; 182; 3,226), Equatorial Guinea (3,071;…

Merck Foundation
Source: Merck Foundation |

Merck Foundation joins hands with African First Ladies to improve cancer care in Africa through providing one, two- and three-year Oncology fellowship and master degree for more than 80 doctors from 26 countries

Merck Foundation to make history in Africa by training the first African oncologists and cancer care teams in The Gambia, Sierra Leone, Burundi, Liberia, Guinea Conakry, Central African Republic, Chad and Niger

Merck Foundation (www.Merck-Foundation.com), the philanthropic arm of Merck KGaA Germany in partnership with African First Ladies and Ministries of Health, continue to provide one, two- and three-year Oncology Fellowship and Master degree for African doctors through their Cancer Access Program with the aim to increase the limited number of Oncologists…