Friday, 22 May 2020

Cameroon coronavirus death toll is 159



Cameroon Coronavirus Covid-19 death toll has reached 159. Cameroon has total confirmed virus cases of 4,400.

The Central African country of Cameroon cancels national day (May 20) festivities due to the Coronavirus Covid-19 preventive measures.

Everyone in the country is encouraged to fully participate in the fight against COVID-19.

It's important to observe coronavirus preventive measures such as wearing face masks, social distancing, and frequent hand washing.

The following information is according to the COVID-19 Dashboard by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.

Total Global Confirmed Cases: 5,209,266

Countries with most confirmed cases:

1,600,723 USA
330,890 Brazil
326,448 Russia
255,544 United Kingdom
234,824 Spain
228,658 Italy
182,015 France
179,710 Germany
154,500 Turkey
131,652 Iran
124,794 India
111,698 Peru
84,081 China
83,945 Canada
67,719 Saudi Arabia
62,527 Mexico
61,857 Chile
56,511 Belgium
50,694 Pakistan
45,088 Netherlands
40,481 Qatar
35,828 Ecuador
34,303 Belarus
32,809 Sweden
30,707 Switzerland
30,426 Singapore
30,205 Bangladesh
30,200 Portugal
27,892 United Arab Emirates
24,506 Ireland
20,796 Indonesia
20,619 Poland
20,148 Ukraine
20,125 South Africa
19,564 Kuwait
19,131 Colombia
17,712 Romania
16,690 Israel
16,513 Japan
16,436 Austria
15,786 Egypt
13,989 Dominican Republic
13,597 Philippines
11,428 Denmark
11,142 Korea, South
11,024 Serbia
10,649 Argentina
10,267 Panama

1 comment:

  1. Cameroon also has to watch out for disasters like landslides.

    This landslide happened last year. Rescue teams scoured rubble of damaged homes for survivors after landslide in Bafoussam as governor put death toll at 34.

    Dozens of people have died following a landslide caused by torrential rainfall in the western Cameroon city of Bafoussam.

    Read more about it here:
    https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/10/dozens-dead-cameroon-landslide-torrential-rain-191029180802994.html

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