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COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard

COVID-19 UPDATES 1 DECEMBER 2020 11am

African Union Member States (55) reporting COVID-19 cases (2,170,843) deaths (51,915), and recoveries (1,840,575) by region:

Central (65,643 cases; 1,191 deaths; 60,575 recoveries): Burundi (688; 1; 549), Cameroon (24,445; 437; 22,177), CAR (4,918; 63; 4,840), Chad (1,688; 101; 1,525), Congo (5,774; 94; 4,891), DRC (12,772; 333; 11,585), Equatorial Guinea (5,153; 85; 5,009), Gabon (9,214; 60; 9,066), Sao Tome & Principe (991; 17; 933)

Eastern (270,859; 5,202; 184,451): Comoros (611; 7; 586), Djibouti (5,679; 61; 5,584), Eritrea (577; 0; 498), Ethiopia (110,074; 1,706; 73,808), Kenya (83,618; 1,469; 55,344), Madagascar (17,341; 251; 16,657), Mauritius (504; 10; 456), Rwanda (5,934; 49; 5,516), Seychelles (183; 0; 162), Somalia (4,451; 113; 3,417), South Sudan (3,109; 61; 2,954), Sudan (17,810; 1,249; 10,302), Tanzania (509; 21; 178), Uganda (20,459; 205; 8,989)

Northern (741,068; 19,473; 591,253): Algeria (83,199; 2,414; 53,809), Egypt (115,911; 6,650; 102,718), Libya (82,809; 1,183; 53,818), Mauritania (8,549; 175; 7,717), Morocco (353,803; 5,789; 302,314), Tunisia (96,769; 3,260; 70,851), Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (28; 2; 26)

Southern (887,453; 23,181; 810,117): Angola (15,139; 348; 7,851), Botswana (9,992; 31; 5,534), Eswatini (6,419; 122; 6,006), Lesotho (2,109; 44; 1,278), Malawi (6,028; 185; 5,455), Mozambique (15,701; 131; 13,729), Namibia (14,380; 151; 13,535), South Africa (790,004; 21,535; 731,242), Zambia (17,647; 357; 16,998), Zimbabwe (10,034; 277; 8,489)

Western (205,820; 2,868; 194,179): Benin (3,015, 43; 2,839), Burkina Faso (2,886; 68; 2,593), Cape Verde (10,761; 105; 10,329), Côte d'Ivoire (21,331; 132; 20,964), Gambia (3,734; 123; 3,591), Ghana (51,667; 323; 50,547), Guinea (13,119; 76; 12,045), Guinea-Bissau (2,422; 43; 2,309), Liberia (1,595; 83; 1,343), Mali (4,710; 156; 3,206), Niger (1,548; 72; 1,210), Nigeria (67,557; 1,173; 63,282), Senegal (16,089; 333; 15,607), Sierra Leone (2,412; 74; 1,836), Togo (2,974; 64; 2,478)

Activities

January 28, 2021

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA, 28 JANUARY 2021: In a unique public/private partnership, MTN, Africa’s leading mobile network, has announced a donation of US$25 million to support the African Union’s COVID-19 vaccination programme.

January 28, 2021

The Rockefeller Foundation has announced a new grant of US$12 million to the Africa Public Health Foundation to help expand the geographic coverage of testing and to strengthen contact tracing for COVID-19 in Africa through the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC).

January 14, 2021

AMSP opens COVID-19 vaccines pre-orders for 55 African Union Member States

January 09, 2021

On 9 January 2021, the Government of the Republic of Kenya announced the launch of its Trusted Travel platform, based

December 09, 2020

Following the World Health Organization’s (WHO) declaration of the COVID-19 outbreak a global pandemic, , the African

European Union and African Union sign partnership to scale up preparedness for health emergencies
December 07, 2020

The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Preventi

Topic Resources

November 24, 2020

Outbreak Update: Since the last brief (17 November 2020), 4,123,778 new confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases and 68,185 n

November 17, 2020

In addition to our Weekly Outbreak Brief on the spread of COVID-19 and the actions that Africa CDC is taking to help African Union Member

November 17, 2020

Outbreak Update: Since the last brief (10 November 2020), 4,036,590 new confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases and 62,479 n

November 10, 2020

Outbreak Update: Since the last brief (3 November 2020), 3,863,674 new confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases and 61,628 ne