Lockdowns begin across Africa as cases rise above 1,100

Lockdowns begin across Africa as cases rise above 1,100

Lockdowns across Africa have begun as COVID-19 cases rose above 1,100. Nigeria, the continent’s most populous country, announced it is closing airports to all incoming international flights for a month. Besides, Uganda, Eritrea and Angola announced their first cases, meaning 42 of Africa’s 54 countries are now affected. Burkina Faso has the most virus deaths of any country in sub-Saharan Africa.

Timothy
Timothy
The Biggest Bird
The Biggest Bird 2 months

Is there any chance of a genetic hybrid of the AIDS, Ebola, and the Wuhan Virus becoming some sort of super disease?

david dindu
david dindu 2 months

africans are dying. its over

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