There are two African countries that have not recorded a case of coronavirus as of April 7. 52 countries have officially recorded cases. The death toll is past 500 whiles recoveries are also past 1400. Cases have also passed the 11,000 mark. The only region with virus-free countries being southern Africa where Comoros and Lesotho have yet to confirm cases. Sao Tome and Principe in Central Africa officially recorded cases on April 6. Becoming the 52nd African country and the final in Central Africa.
Major stats as at April 9
Confirmed cases = 11,440
Number of deaths = 574
Recoveries = 1,405
Infected countries = 52
Virus-free countries = 2
Most impacted nations per region (as of April 9):
The basic records are referenced from the African Union’s Africa Center for Disease Control, Africa CDC and the John Hopkins hospital LIVE portal, we also prioritize tallies from trusted national sources.
Southern Africa = South Africa; 1,845 cases, 18 deaths, 95 recoveries
East Africa = Mauritius; 273 cases, 7 deaths, 19 recoveries
West Africa = Burkina Faso; 414 cases, 23 deaths, 134 recoveries
Central Africa = Cameroon; 730 cases, 10 deaths, 60 recoveries
North Africa = Algeria; 1,572 cases, 205 deaths, 237 recoveries
The virus-free duo are: