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Corona Virus (Covid-19) Update on the situation in Cameroon April 1st, 2020

As of April 1st 2020, 20:00 (GMT +1), Cameroon officially records 246 active cases of Corona Virus (Covid-19)

Corona Virus (Covid-19) disease an infectious disease caused by a new virus.

It is widely spreading through the world and recently described by the UN Chief as the “Worst crisis” since WWII.

According to Worldometer, current Coronavirus figures stand at over 900,000 cases and just over 45000 deaths.

Here, we will give you the latest news as for the Coronavirus situation in Cameroon.

Wednesday, April 1, 20:00 (GMT +1) – Cameroon reports a total of 246 cases of Corona Virus (Covid-19).

The number of cases of Coronavirus in Cameroon surpassed 200 between Tuesday 31st March and Wednesday 1st April 2020. Fatalities remain at 6 deaths and over 10 recovered, following a tweet confirmation by Cameroon’s Minister of health.

The state media announced in a tweet that 13 new cases where recorded through Wednesday bringing a total of 246 with over 217 active cases.

Yesterday March 31st, 2020, journal du Cameroon reported that 5 health personnels in Cameroon infected by the Corona Virus.

Again, over fifty sex workers arrested in the Cameroon’s capital Yaounde. They violated measures put in place by the government against the COVID-19, authorities said. The SDO of Mfoundi announced on Friday that sex workers smuggled their way into hotels to meet travelers on quarantine. He further said the operation will continue in other neighborhoods in Yaounde.

Cameroon’s President, Paul Biya yesterday ordered the creation of a Coronavirus response special national solidarity fund . This fund created and credited with the sum of FCFA 1 billion. Prime Minister, Chief Dr Joseph Dion Ngute made this good news made public in a decree. The decree further explained that the money will be set aside to finance strategic response operations. This is to curtail the rapid spread of the Coronavirus Covid 19 pandemic in Cameroon.

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