Cape Town — As of September 19, the affirmed instances of COVID-19 from 55 African nations have arrived at 1,390,510. Detailed passings in Africa have reached 33,621, and recuperations 1,140,516.
South Africa has the most announced cases – 657,627, with passings numbering 15,857. Other most-influenced nations incorporate Egypt (101,772 cases), Morocco (97,264), Ethiopia (67,515), Nigeria (56,956) and Algeria (49,413).
The numbers are accumulated by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University (world guide) utilizing insights from the World Health Organization and other worldwide foundations also public and territorial general wellbeing departments.
For the most recent aggregates, see the AllAfrica interactive guide with per-nation numbers.
Visit the AllAfrica Coronavirus area for more inclusion from over the mainland. Likewise observe Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization Africa, and African Arguments.