Covid-19: Cameroon Is Now Hardest Hit In Sub Saharan Africa With 509 Cases – Official

Cameroon has recorded the highest number of confirmed COVID-19 cases since the disease hit the country early March 2020.

Under 24 hours on Friday April 3nd, 202 more people have tested positive for the virus.

Public Health Minister, Manaouda Malachie on his tweeted page this evening says “Our active case finding strategy is starting to pay off. We did 800 tests (majority of travelers) 203 of them are positive but asymptomatic, that we must leave the community and treat”.

He added that a total number of coronavirus confirmed cases now stand at 509 in Cameroon, 17 patients cured and 8 deaths.

Cameroon is currently the second hardest hit country in sub Saharan Africa.

Cameroon’s ministry of public health says 800 suspected cases have been tested accross the country since the start of the pandemic in Cameroon.

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