COVID-19 deaths: Nigeria among top list as African cases continue to rise

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Africa has recorded more than 4,000 deaths because of intricacies emerging from COVID-19 (coronavirus).

As per the most recent number discharged by the World Health Organization, WHO, territorial office for Africa in Brazzaville, Congo, there are 4,149 passings recorded on the landmass.

Africa has additionally recorded more than 144,700 COVID-19 cases and 61,100 recuperations in 54 nations.

As of Monday morning, Nigeria has recorded 287 announced passings, fourth-most elevated on the landmass.

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South Africa is currently in front of Algeria with 683 passings, while the North African country has 653 passings.

Egypt has 913 detailed passings, the most noteworthy on the mainland.

Different nations are Sudan (262 passings), Morocco (205 passings), Cameroon (191 passings), Somalia (78 passings), Mali (77 passings), DR Congo (71 passings), Chad (65 passings), Niger (64 passings), and Kenya (64 passings).

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