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Top 10 African Nations with the Largest Number of COVID-19 Infections

Just over 35,000 coronavirus cases have now been reported in 53 of the 54 countries in Africa, according to the Africa Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (Africa CDC).

Top 10 African Nations with the Largest Number of COVID-19 Infections

Top 10 countries in Africa with the largest number of COVID-19 infections

The 10 countries in Africa with the largest number of COVID-19 infections are as follows:

South Africa is the hardest-hit African country with 5951 cases, followed by Egypt with 5895 cases, Morocco with 4569 cases, Algeria with 3649 cases, Nigeria with 2170 cases, Ghana with 2074 cases, Cameroon with 1832 cases, Guinea with 1537 cases, Cote d’ivoire with 1333 cases, and Djibouti with 1092 cases.

CountryCases
South Africa5951
Egypt5895
Morocco4569
Algeria3649
Nigeria2170
Ghana2074
Cameroon1832
Guinea1537
Cote d’ivoire1333
Djibouti1097

The 10 countries in sub-Saharan Africa with the largest number of COVID-19 infections

Top 10 African Nations with the Largest Number of COVID-19 Infections

The 10 countries in sub-Saharan Africa with the largest number of COVID-19 infections are as follows:

South Africa is the hardest-hit country in Sub-Saharan Africa with 5951 cases, Nigeria with 2170 cases, Ghana with 2074 cases, Cameroon with 1832 cases, Guinea with 1537 cases, Cote d’ivoire with 1333 cases, Djibouti with 1092 cases, Niger with 728 cases, Burkina Faso with 649 cases, and Congo, Democratic Republic with 604 cases.

CountryCases
South Africa5951
Nigeria2170
Ghana2074
Cameroon1832
Guinea1537
Cote d’ivoire1333
Djibouti1097
Niger728
Burkina Faso649
Congo, Democratic Republic604

Since appearing in China last December, the novel coronavirus has spread to 210 countries and territories around the world and 2 international conveyances with Europe being the worst-hit continent, according to figures compiled by the U.S.-based Johns Hopkins University.

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Over 3 million cases have been reported worldwide, with the global death toll of 225,529, and more than 986,446 recoveries.

Sources: WHO; Johns Hopkins; nCoV.


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