COVID-19 Cases ‘Drop Significantly’ In Africa – WHO

21/01/2022 1:06:00 PM

COVID-19 Cases ‘Drop Significantly’ In Africa – WHO

COVID-19 Cases ‘Drop Significantly’ In Africa – WHO

Cases of Covid have plummeted in Africa and deaths are declining for the first time since the Omicron-dominated fourth wave of the virus reached its peak, the UN said Thursday.

In a statement issued after a weekly press briefing, the office also said South Africa, where the Omicron variant was first detected, had seen cases trending downward over the past four weeks.READ ALSOAustralian Open Under Pressure Over ‘Optional’ COVID-19 Tests

Only North Africa reported an increase in cases last week, “with a 55 percent spike”, it said.Matshidiso Moeti, the WHO’s regional director for Africa, warned, however: “The continent has yet to turn the tables on this pandemic. So long as the virus continues to circulate, further pandemic waves are inevitable.”

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Somebody tell NCDC to stop asking people for covid test certificate at the airport please! So u want to be told b4 u believe that their was no covid 19 case in Africa in de 1st instance.... bt our politicians sold us out to the western word b/c of selfish interests, & imported de virus to inflict on us, just to prove their loyalty to their white masters. So sad indeed.

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Describing the 56-day flareup as Africa’s “shortest upsurge yet,” the World Health Organization’s African regional office said newly reported cases fell by 20 percent in the week to Sunday, while notified deaths dropped by eight percent.Describing the 56-day flareup as Africa’s “shortest upsurge yet,” the World Health Organization’s African regional office said newly reported cases fell by 20 per cent in the week to Sunday, while notified deaths dropped by eight per cent.The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), disclosed this in its daily COVID-19 update for Tuesday.The House also mandated the Committee on Health Institution to explore the modalities of liaising with stakeholders in the health sector to promote, educate and sensitise Nigerians on mental health, and report back within six weeks for further legislative action.

In a statement issued after a weekly press briefing, the office also said South Africa, where the Omicron variant was first detected, had seen cases trending downward over the past four weeks. READ ALSO Australian Open Under Pressure Over ‘Optional’ COVID-19 Tests Only North Africa reported an increase in cases last week, “with a 55 percent spike”, it said. Only North Africa reported an increase in cases last week, “with a 55 per cent spike”, it said. Matshidiso Moeti, the WHO’s regional director for Africa, warned, however: “The continent has yet to turn the tables on this pandemic. With the new cases, the number of infections recorded in the country has risen to 251,341. So long as the virus continues to circulate, further pandemic waves are inevitable. So long as the virus continues to circulate, further pandemic waves are inevitable.” She said the world’s poorest continent should “not only broaden vaccinations but also gain increased and equitable access to critical Covid-19 therapeutics to save lives and effectively combat this pandemic. Nnam-Obi said, “The House observes that three out of 10 Nigerians have one form of mental illness or the other, and presently there is no mental health legislation in Nigeria.

” Only 10 percent of the African population are fully vaccinated, according to the WHO.” Only 10 per cent of the African population are fully vaccinated, according to the WHO. of Cases (Lab Confirmed) No. The continent, with a population of 1.2 billion, has been relatively unscathed by the pandemic, reporting 234,913 deaths from 10.2 billion, has been relatively unscathed by the pandemic, reporting 234,913 deaths from 10.5 million cases, according to AFP tallies. AFP . In this article.