The Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) reported that the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Africa had reached 4,777,300 as of Wednesday lunchtime.
According to the Africa CDC, the 55-member African Union’s specialized healthcare organization, the mortality toll from the pandemic is 129,069, with 4,327,074 individuals recovering across the continent.
According to the Africa CDC, the nations having the most cases on the continent include South Africa, Morocco, Tunisia, Ethiopia, and Egypt.
As of Wednesday midday, South Africa had the greatest number of COVID-19 cases in Africa, with 1,640,923, while Morocco and Tunisia, both in northern Africa, had 517,423 and 337,529 instances, respectively.
According to the organization, southern Africa is the most afflicted region in terms of the number of cases, followed by northern and eastern Africa, while central Africa is the least impacted region on the continent.