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Covid-19 keeps decreasing trend in Sub-Saharan Africa

Africa Subsahariana, Covid-19, casos

Covid-19 keeps decreasing trend in Sub-Saharan Africa

Nairobi, nov 15 (Prensa Latina) The Covid-19 pandemic in sub-Saharan Africa holds today its descending trend, according to statistics released by the Center for Disease Prevention and Control (CDPC) corresponding to last 24 hours.
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The report registers 126 deaths on Sunday and a total 220,643 from the first case reported in the region, where they feared the deadly disease would cause a humanitarian, economic and political catastrophe but it never did.

However, weeks ago, director for Africa of the World Health Organization, Rebecca Matshidiso Moeti, estimated that numbers reported to the CDPC by the health services from States south of the Sahara are incomplete and that actual numbers of deaths and infected are seven times higher than those reported.

In the case of the infected, reports show a total of eight million 562 thousand 257 after two thousand 548 more cases in the last 24 hours.


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